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Related Work Antonelli et al.  propose a distributed checkpoint-based technique for sabotage tolerance addressing sequential computation split in multiple consecutive temporal segments. To certify a given checkpoint Cj , the supervisor creates a verification task that references the checkpoint to verify and holds the network contact details of the worker which performed the computation. The task is then assigned to a worker node (verifier), which requests the checkpoint from the worker being scrutinized, and loads it upon reception, executing the task up to the next checkpoint, that is, Cj+1 .
Achievements in European Research on Grid Systems: CoreGRID Integration Workshop 2006(Selected Papers) by Sergei Gorlatch, Marian Bubak, Thierry Priol