Multi-resource Allocation with Unknown Participants
2nd International Conference on Networking and Computing
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We define the problem of multi-resource allocation, which is an extension of the dining philosophers problem. We apply this problem to systems where participants (here called clients) are unknown. We propose a solution for 2-resource allocation in static networks, then, explain how to modify our protocol to handle client dynamicity. Extend our solution to handle larger resource requests is let as a future work.
Datta, A. K.,
Larmore, L. L.,
Multi-resource Allocation with Unknown Participants.
2nd International Conference on Networking and Computing, 2011