2023 - Research.com Computer Science in France Leader Award
2015 - Member of Academia Europaea
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Algorithms for Mutual Exclusion
M. Raynal;D. Beeson.
Logical time: capturing causality in distributed systems
M. Raynal;M. Singhal.
IEEE Computer (1996)
The causal ordering abstraction and a simple way to implement it
Michel Raynal;André Schiper;Sam Toueg.
Information Processing Letters (1991)
Solving Consensus Using Chandra-Toueg's Unreliable Failure Detectors: A General Quorum-Based Approach
Achour Mostéfaoui;Michel Raynal.
international symposium on distributed computing (1999)
Distributed Algorithms and Protocols
Distributed Algorithms for Message-Passing Systems
Concurrent Programming: Algorithms, Principles, and Foundations
Asynchronous implementation of failure detectors
A. Mostefaoui;E. Mourgaya;M. Raynal.
dependable systems and networks (2003)
The information structure of indulgent consensus
R. Guerraoui;M. Raynal.
IEEE Transactions on Computers (2004)
A simple taxonomy for distributed mutual exclusion algorithms
Operating Systems Review (1991)
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