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PODC
2012
ACM
8 years 6 months ago
On the (limited) power of non-equivocation
In recent years, there have been a few proposals to add a small amount of trusted hardware at each replica in a Byzantine fault tolerant system to cut back replication factors. Th...
Allen Clement, Flavio Junqueira, Aniket Kate, Rodr...
ICDCS
2011
IEEE
9 years 3 months ago
Smart Redundancy for Distributed Computation
Many distributed software systems allow participation by large numbers of untrusted, potentially faulty components on an open network. As faults are inevitable in this setting, th...
Yuriy Brun, George Edwards, Jae Young Bang, Nenad ...
COMSUR
2011
203views Hardware» more  COMSUR 2011»
9 years 3 months ago
Overcoming Adversaries in Sensor Networks: A Survey of Theoretical Models and Algorithmic Approaches for Tolerating Malicious In
Interference is an unavoidable property of the wireless communication medium and, in sensor networks, such interference is exacerbated due to the energy-starved nature of the netw...
Maxwell Young, Raouf Boutaba
ICDCN
2011
Springer
9 years 7 months ago
Load Balanced Scalable Byzantine Agreement through Quorum Building, with Full Information
We address the problem of designing distributed algorithms for large scale networks that are robust to Byzantine faults. We consider a message passing, full information model: the ...
Valerie King, Steven Lonargan, Jared Saia, Amitabh...
IPL
2010
109views more  IPL 2010»
9 years 11 months ago
A new parameter for a broadcast algorithm with locally bounded Byzantine faults
This paper deals with broadcasting in a network with t-locally bounded Byzantine faults. One of the simplest broadcasting algorithms under Byzantine failures is referred to as a c...
Akira Ichimura, Maiko Shigeno
WDAG
2010
Springer
230views Algorithms» more  WDAG 2010»
10 years 2 months ago
Implementing Fault-Tolerant Services Using State Machines: Beyond Replication
Abstract—This paper describes a method to implement faulttolerant services in distributed systems based on the idea of fused state machines. The theory of fused state machines us...
Vijay K. Garg
CORR
2006
Springer
114views Education» more  CORR 2006»
10 years 4 months ago
A Byzantine Fault Tolerant Distributed Commit Protocol
In this paper, we present a Byzantine fault tolerant distributed commit protocol for transactions running over untrusted networks. The traditional two-phase commit protocol is enh...
Wenbing Zhao
CLEIEJ
2006
126views more  CLEIEJ 2006»
10 years 4 months ago
Software Based Fault Tolerance against Byzantine Failures
The proposed software technique is a very low cost and an effective solution towards designing Byzantine fault tolerant computing application systems that are not so safety critic...
Goutam Kumar Saha
OSDI
2000
ACM
10 years 5 months ago
Proactive Recovery in a Byzantine-Fault-Tolerant System
This paper describes an asynchronous state-machine replication system that tolerates Byzantine faults, which can be caused by malicious attacks or software errors. Our system is t...
Miguel Castro, Barbara Liskov
WDAG
2000
Springer
97views Algorithms» more  WDAG 2000»
10 years 7 months ago
Objects Shared by Byzantine Processes
Work to date on algorithms for message-passing systems has explored a wide variety of types of faults, but corresponding work on shared memory systems has usually assumed that only...
Dahlia Malkhi, Michael Merritt, Michael K. Reiter,...
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