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Speculating Seriously in Distributed Computing

If we are ever to understand what computers can collectively do, we need a new theory of complexity. Recent evolutions, including the cloud and the multicore, are turning computing ubiquitously distributed, rendering the classical complexity theory of centralized computing at best insufficient. A complexity theory for distributed computing has emerged in the last decades, measuring complexity for each specific model of the networked environment, represented by an adversary that may provoke asynchrony, failures, contention, etc. This one adversary - one result approach led to ...
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