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Prerequisite – Mutual exclusion in distributed systems Maekawa’s Algorithm is quorum based approach to ensure mutual exclusion in distributed systems. As we know, In permission… Read More
Prerequisite: Mutual exclusion in distributed systems  Ricart–Agrawala algorithm is an algorithm to for mutual exclusion in a distributed system proposed by Glenn Ricart and Ashok… Read More
Mutual exclusion is a concurrency control property which is introduced to prevent race conditions. It is the requirement that a process can not enter its… Read More
In this article, we will try to understand and compare different aspects of centralized, decentralized, and distributed systems.  1. CENTRALIZED SYSTEMS: We start with centralized… Read More
Distributed databases basically provide us the advantages of distributed computing to the database management domain. Basically, we can define a Distributed database as a collection… Read More
In a distributed system deadlock can neither be prevented nor avoided as the system is so vast that it is impossible to do so. Therefore,… Read More
Prerequisite – Hashing A distributed system is a network that consists of autonomous computers that are connected using a distribution middleware. They help in sharing… Read More

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