Windows Time Server


7. References
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Abate, et al. AT&T's new approach to the synchronization of telecommunication networks. IEEE Communications Magazine (April 1989), 35-45.

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Gusella, R., and S. Zatti. The Berkeley UNIX 4.3BSD time synchronization protocol: protocol specification. Technical Report UCB/CSD 85/250, University of California, Berkeley, June 1985.

[GUS85b]

Gusella, R., and S. Zatti. An election algorithm for a distributed clock synchronization program. Technical Report UCB/CSD 86/275, University of California, Berkeley, December 1985.

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Halpern, J.Y., B. Simons, R. Strong and D. Dolly. Fault-tolerant clock synchronization. Proc. Third Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (August 1984), 89-102.

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Kopetz, H., and W. Ochsenreiter. Clock synchronization in distributed real-time systems. IEEE Trans. Computers C-36, 8 (August 1987), 933-939.

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Lundelius, J., and N.A. Lynch. A new fault-tolerant algorithm for clock synchronization. Proc. Third Annual ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing (August 1984), 75-88.

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Marzullo, K., and S. Owicki. Maintaining the time in a distributed system. ACM Operating Systems Review 19, 3 (July 1985), 44-54.

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Mills, D.L. Time Synchronization in DCNET Hosts. DARPA Internet Project Report IEN-173, COMSAT Laboratories, February 1981.

[MIL81b]

Mills, D.L. DCNET Internet Clock Service. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-778, COMSAT Laboratories, April 1981.

[MIL83a]

Mills, D.L. Internet Delay Experiments. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-889, M/A-COM Linkabit, December 1983.

[MIL83b]


Mills, D.L. DCN local-network protocols. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-891, M/A-COM Linkabit, December 1983.

[MIL85a]

Mills, D.L. Algorithms for synchronizing network clocks. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-956, M/A-COM Linkabit, September 1985.

[MIL85b]

Mills, D.L. Experiments in network clock synchronization. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-957, M/A-COM Linkabit, September 1985.

[MIL85c]

Mills, D.L. Network Time Protocol (NTP). DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-958, M/A-COM Linkabit, September 1985.

[MIL88a]


Mills, D.L. Network Time Protocol (version 1) - specification and implementation. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-1059, University of Delaware, July 1988.

[MIL88b]

Mills, D.L. The Fuzzball. Proc. ACM SIGCOMM 88 Symposium (Palo Alto, CA, August 1988), 115-122.

[MIL89]

Mills, D.L. Network Time Protocol (version 2) - specification and implementation. DARPA Network Working Group Report RFC-1119, University of Delaware, September 1989.

[MIL90]

Mills, D.L. Measured performance of the Network Time Protocol in the Internet system. ACM Computer Communication Review 20, 1 (January 1990), 65-75.

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[POS80]

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