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In distributed computing, a failure detector is an application or a subsystem that is responsible for detection of node failures or crashes in a distributed system.
- Chandra and Toueg. Unreliable failure detectors for reliable distributed systems. JACM 43(2):225–267, 1996.
- Course notes at Yale on failure detectors.
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