In the framework of distributed problem solving we introduce two communication protocols, the request-subrequest protocol and the local-caching protocol, which are based on the hypothesis of minimal and maximal reuse of available information, respectively. The optimal solution of a distributed problem can be reached according to different protocols. The notion of measure of reuse related to each protocol has been formally introduced to provide a criterion to compare and to choose the right protocol.

ARCELLI FONTANA, F., Formato, F., & Pareschi, R. (1998). A measure of information reuse to compare distributed protocols. COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, 21, 924-929 [10.1016/S0140-3664(98)00154-6].

A measure of information reuse to compare distributed protocols

ARCELLI FONTANA, FRANCESCA;
1998

Abstract

In the framework of distributed problem solving we introduce two communication protocols, the request-subrequest protocol and the local-caching protocol, which are based on the hypothesis of minimal and maximal reuse of available information, respectively. The optimal solution of a distributed problem can be reached according to different protocols. The notion of measure of reuse related to each protocol has been formally introduced to provide a criterion to compare and to choose the right protocol.
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Request-subrequest protocol; Local-caching protocol; Lemma-caching
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ARCELLI FONTANA, F., Formato, F., & Pareschi, R. (1998). A measure of information reuse to compare distributed protocols. COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS, 21, 924-929 [10.1016/S0140-3664(98)00154-6].
ARCELLI FONTANA, F; Formato, F; Pareschi, R
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