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This paper describes a method for generating diagnostic information that explains why a given finite-state system fails to be greater than its specification with respect to the prebisimulation preorder. The information takes the form of a logical formula satisfied by the specification but not by...
Although there are numerous concurrency control algorithms and they use a variety of techniques, there is an underlying serializability theory that serves both as a basis for analyzing their correctness and as a guide for designing new protocols. Following this paradigm, this paper proposes a...
This paper presents a Byzantine Agreement protocol with n = 8t + 1, optimal number of rounds (namely minf + 2, t + 1 where f is number of actual faults), and messages of linear size (namely m ≦
n + O (log n), where m stands for message size). All previous protocols that stop in optimal time and...
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