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The checker m Solution gets this certifi ffiicate as third inputt andd uses itt as ffoollows: The checker computes again a target program from its input source program by using the certificate to find the target program effi ffiiciently. If this newly comp m utedd target program is identical with the one comp m uted by the translator, then the checker outp mp t uts “yes”, otherwise “don’t know”. We call this checking method program checking with certif iffiicates [Gle03a, to be verified source program Gle03b].

The simulation of local AU s is scheduled within each LP P in a way that avoids local rollbacks [1]. This AU approach reduces memory and computational costs of the logical clock. Also, a rollback of complete LPs will not happen. Other advantages as well as performance measures can be found in [2]. Each AU has its own virtual simulation time and stores its state for each local event independently from other AUs. This characteristic is essential for a migration to other LPs at runtime. As a result, dynamic load balancing is a remapping of statically composed logical partitions (AUs) and unlike other load balancing algorithms does not require expensive repartitioning.

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