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Courses of Study 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CS 5414 - Distributed Computing Principles


Fall. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: CS 4410  or permission of instructor.

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Studies the abstractions and algorithms that constitute the foundations for implementing concurrent and distributed computing, with emphasis on supporting fault-tolerance. Topics vary to reflect advances in the field but typically include global state snapshots, causality and clocks (logical and physical), agreement and consensus, primary-backup and state-machine replication, quorums, and gossip. Students undertake a substantial software project to put these ideas into practice. Many students obtain additional project credit by co-registering in CS 4999  or CS 5999  .



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