Hello, This is the project description.I have attached the corresponding config file . 1 Project Description You are required to implement the Ricart and Agrawala's algorithm for distributed mutual exclusion with Roucairol and Carvalho's modification as described in the textbook. 1. There are N nodes in the system, numbered from 0 to N − 1. 2. Nodes communicate by exchanging messages via the reliable TCP/IP protocol. 3. Each node goes through the following sequence of operations until it has successfully executed the critical section maxNumber times: (a) A node node waits for a period of time that is uniformly distributed in the range [0, maxDelay] time units before trying to enter the critical section. (b) A node, on entering its critical section, leaves after a period of time that is uniformly distributed in the range [0, maxDuration] time units. 4. Once a node has successfully executed the critical section maxNumber times, it does not make any more attempts to enter the critical section, and sends a FINISH message to node 0. 5. Once node 0 has received FINISH message from all the nodes, it brings the distributed system to a halt by sending a TERMINATE message to every node . 2 Data Collection Measure the following as a function of the maximum inter-request delay (maxDelay): • mean number of messages exchanged per request for critical section • mean time elapsed between when a node makes a request for critical section and when it is able to enter it • mean system throughput Your results should be averaged over at least numberOfRuns trials. [url removed, login to view]
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