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Recovery in distributed mobile environments
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The authors present some fault-tolerant data management strategies for a distributed mobile environment. Expand
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Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Parallelized Stochastic Gradient Descent for Linear Regression
  • N. Gupta, N. Vaidya
  • Computer Science
  • 57th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication…
  • 1 September 2019
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This paper addresses the problem of Byzantine fault-tolerance in parallelized stochastic gradient descent (SGD) method solving for a linear regression problem. Expand
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Analyzing 802 . 11 n Performance Gains
We examine the peak performance of an 802.11n system with respect to the achievable throughput and we decompose the gains observed due to the various PHY/MAC layer features offered from 802.11n. OurExpand
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Spatial backoff contention resolution for wireless networks
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We explore an alternative approach for wireless networks-named "spatial backoff-that adapts the space occupied by the transmissions. Expand
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Handling MAC Layer Misbehavior in Wireless Networks
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Degradable Byzantine agreement
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Traditional Byzantine agreement protocols require all fault-free receivers to agree on an identical value. Expand
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Capacity of Byzantine Agreement: Complete Characterization of Four-Node Networks ∗
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In this paper, we consider the problem of maximizing the throughput of Byzantine agreement. Expand
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Capacity of Byzantine Agreement: Tight Bound for the Four Node Network
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In this report, we consider the problem of maximizing the throughput of Byzantine agreement. Expand
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Distributed Learning over Time-Varying Graphs with Adversarial Agents
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We study the problem of non-Bayesian learning in time-varying (dynamic) networks when there are some adversarial (faulty) agents in the network. Expand
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