Time-Stamp Approach to Prevention of Different Deadlock Types in Store-And-Forward Networks
This correspondence is concerned with the prevention of four types of deadlock in store-and-forward networks, i.e., progeny, copy-release, reassembly, and resequence deadlocks. The approach presented makes use of time stamping of all messages and generalizes the method of store-and-forward deadlock prevention.
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