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Adaptive BFT protocols

@inproceedings{Sabino2016AdaptiveBP,
  title={Adaptive BFT protocols},
  author={F. Sabino},
  year={2016}
}
  • F. Sabino
  • Published 2016
  • Byzantine fault-tolerant (BFT) protocols have been proposed mostly as a means to support the execution of highly-resilient services, i.e., of services that keep their availability, integrity, and confidentiality even if there are accidental or malicious faults (attacks, intrusions). Several distinct BFT protocols have been proposed in the literature and each of these protocols excels for different operational conditions. Furthermore, even for the same protocol, the configuration and deployment… CONTINUE READING

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