A data-analytic strategy for protein biomarker discovery by Yasui Y.

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An algorithm solving variant of consensus that is allowed to violate agreement in cases of false suspicions, can always terminate in a single step. Such a service can be useful for optimistic replication, if false suspicions are rare, and if the inconsistencies introduced in cases of false suspicions can later be detected and reconciled (or rolled-back). 4] take such an optimistic approach: they implement totally ordered multicast in a single step. If a correct process is suspected, inconsistencies can occur.

17] have given another proof of this lower bound). One may wonder whether these lower bounds for early deciding Consensus and NB-AC algorithms are tight. 7] that achieves these lower bounds. Unfortunately, this algorithm cannot be easily adapted for the NBAC problem. 20] is needed” for solving NB-AC. It is not exactly clear what that means, but it seems to imply that at least three rounds are required in failurefree runs for deciding. The f + 2 lower bound would be therefore weak in the case of NB-AC.

1 Two Agreement Problems: Consensus and NB-AC Reaching agreement in a distributed system is a fundamental issue of both theoretical and practical importance. Consensus and non-blocking atomic commitment are two wellknown versions of this paradigm. The Consensus problem considers a fixed collection of processors each of which has an initial value drawn from some domain V , and processors must eventually decide on the same value1 ; moreover, the decision value must be the initial value of some processor.

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