Perspectives of new decision making models of processes synchronization in distributed systems
La Red Martínez, David Luis
Acosta, Julio César
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In the groups of processes in distributed systems is necessary to make decisions based on agreements; these processes may operate in distributed teams; processes may require the use of shared resources in the form of mutual exclusion. The following question arises: what decision models will be necessary to generate incorporating the cognitive perspective (mechanisms of self-regulation, autonomy, referential circularity, etc., should take into account; it is required to incorporate these aspects through variables and procedures added to the variables and procedures of the classical computer science; new models that improve the performance of the classics, incorporating new concepts, variables and procedures, will generate , , , , , ) to classical models, which transcend the traditional approach to the computer science? (are considered classical models for access to data structures shared in the form of mutual exclusion using critical regions (from memory), the centralized algorithm, the Lamport distributed algorithm, improved by Ricart and Agrawala, token ring algorithm, among others , , , , , ).
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