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Eventual Leader Election in Evolving Mobile Networks

Abstract : Many reliable distributed services rely on an eventual leader election to coordinate actions. The eventual leader detector has been proposed as a way to implement such an abstraction. It ensures that, eventually, each process in the system will be provided by an unique leader, elected among the set of correct processes in spite of crashes and uncertainties. A number of eventual leader election protocols were suggested. Nonetheless, as far as we are aware of, no one of these protocols tolerates a free pattern of node mobility. This paper proposes a new protocol for this scenario of dynamic and mobile unknown networks
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Luciana Arantes, Fabíola Greve, Pierre Sens, Véronique Simon. Eventual Leader Election in Evolving Mobile Networks. OPODIS 2013 - 17th International Conference Principles of Distributed Systems, Dec 2013, Nice, France. pp.23-37, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-03850-6_3⟩. ⟨hal-00927651⟩

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