A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic (paper) by Kripke Saul

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The idle agent in scheduling state is also called a scheduling agent. 36 K. Villaverde et al. The distributed scheduling algorithm mainly consists of two parts: one is for the scheduling agent, and the other is for the running agent. An idle agent wants to get work as soon as possible from another agent, preferably the one that has the largest amount of work. The scheduling agent searches through its local load vector for the agent with the greatest work load, and then sends a Request Work message to that agent asking for work.

This interacts with backtracking, so the amount of data collected may be different than for the other collectors. For the emul benchmark, indirect sliding provides an interesting alternative to copying, when compared to sliding. The iproto is an interesting benchmark, in that the collector always marks more than 20% of the original heap. The indirection mechanism, in this case, is never used. Still, the results show that the overhead in creating the pointer buffer is small. The justifier benchmark has a behavior similar to iproto, except that the last collection is able to collect most of the heap.

In traditional stack-copying, as implemented in MUSE, backtracking on a choice-point which has been shared between two or more agents, requires acquiring exclusive access to the corresponding shared frame. Shared frames are associated to each copied choice-point and used to maintain a shared representation of the alternatives available in such choicepoint. The use of shared frames with mutually exclusive access guarantees that no two agents explore the same alternative. This solution works well on SMMs— where mutual exclusion is implemented using locks.

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