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NSDI
2008
9 years 2 months ago
Nysiad: Practical Protocol Transformation to Tolerate Byzantine Failures
The paper presents and evaluates Nysiad,1 a system that implements a new technique for transforming a scalable distributed system or network protocol tolerant only of crash failur...
Chi Ho, Robbert van Renesse, Mark Bickford, Danny ...
OPODIS
2007
9 years 1 months ago
Making Distributed Applications Robust
We present a novel translation of systems that are tolerant of crash failures to systems that are tolerant of Byzantine failures in an asynchronous environment, making weaker assum...
Chi Ho, Danny Dolev, Robbert van Renesse
DSN
2004
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
A Framework for Dynamic Byzantine Storage
We present a framework for transforming several quorum-based protocols so that they can dynamically adapt their failure threshold and server count, allowing them to be reconfigure...
Jean-Philippe Martin, Lorenzo Alvisi
EUROSYS
2011
ACM
8 years 3 months ago
Increasing performance in byzantine fault-tolerant systems with on-demand replica consistency
Traditional agreement-based Byzantine fault-tolerant (BFT) systems process all requests on all replicas to ensure consistency. In addition to the overhead for BFT protocol and sta...
Tobias Distler, Rüdiger Kapitza
DSD
2008
IEEE
94views Hardware» more  DSD 2008»
9 years 6 months ago
Mapping a Fault-Tolerant Distributed Algorithm to Systems on Chip
Systems on chip (SoC) have much in common with traditional (networked) distributed systems in that they consist of largely independent components with dedicated communication inte...
Gottfried Fuchs, Matthias Függer, Ulrich Schm...
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