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A superstabilizing protocol is a protocol that i is self-stabilizing, meaning that it can recover from an arbitrarily severe transient fault; and ii can recover from a local transient fault while satisfying a passage predicate during recovery. This paper investigates the possibility of...
A secure reliable multicast protocol enables a process to send a message to a group of recipients such that all correct destinations receive the same message, despite the malicious efforts of fewer than a third of the total number of processes, including the sender. This has been shown to be a...
A useless checkpoint is a local checkpoint that cannot be part of a consistent global checkpoint. This paper addresses the following problem. Given a set of processes that take (basic) local checkpoints in an independent and unknown way, the problem is to design communication-induced...
Quorum systems have been used to implement many coordination problems in distributed systems such as mutual exclusion, data replication, distributed consensus, and commit protocols. Malkhi and Reiter recently proposed quorum systems that can tolerate Byzantine failures; they called these systems...
Hot-potato routing is a form of synchronous routing which makes no use of buffers at intermediate nodes. Packets must move at every time step, until they reach their destination. If contention prevents a packet from taking its preferred outgoing edge, it is deflected on a different edge. Two...
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