Yeh-Hao Chin

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ÐThe goal of the fault diagnosis agreement (FDA) problem is to make each fault-free processor detect/locate a common set of faulty processors. The problem is examined on processors with mixed fault model (also referred to as hybrid fault model). An evidence-based fault diagnosis protocol is proposed to solve the FDA problem. The proposed protocol first(More)
adi it ion ally, the problems of Byzantine agreement, concensus, and interactive consistency are studied in a fully connected network with processors in malicious failure only. Such problems are re-examined with the assumption of malicious faults on both processors and links. The proposed protocols use the minimum number of message exchanges and can(More)
The Strong Consensus (SC) is a variant of the conventional distributed consensus problem. The protocol designed for the SC problem requires that the agreed value among fault-free processors be one of the fault-free processor's initial value. The SC problem is re-examined with the assumption of mixed failure types (also referred to as the hybrid fault(More)