Günther Gridling

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We consider the problem of reaching agreement in distributed systems in which some processes may deviate from their prescribed behavior before they eventually crash. We call this failure model “mortal Byzantine”. After discussing some application examples where this model is justified, we provide matching upper and lower bounds on the number of faulty(More)
Undergraduate education typically is characterized by a large number of students. Therefore, courses must be conducted efficiently and should not only focus on conveying the course material, but must also be oriented towards a maximum transfer of knowledge with a minimum amount of invested time on the instructor's part. At the same time, courses should be(More)
With increasing student numbers and decreasing budgets, undergraduate embedded systems education needs to turn to Computer-aided Assessment (CAA) techniques to keep down the time and effort invested into grading. When setting up the mandatory embedded systems courses for the bachelor study " Computer Engineering " at our university , we thus payed(More)
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