Byzantine Fault Tolerance, from Theory to Reality

@inproceedings{Driscoll2003ByzantineFT,
  title={Byzantine Fault Tolerance, from Theory to Reality},
  author={K. Driscoll and B. Hall and H{\aa}kan Sivencrona and P. Zumsteg},
  booktitle={SAFECOMP},
  year={2003}
}
  • K. Driscoll, B. Hall, +1 author P. Zumsteg
  • Published in SAFECOMP 2003
  • Computer Science
  • Since its introduction nearly 20 years ago, the Byzantine Generals Problem has been the subject of many papers having the scrutiny of the fault tolerance community. Numerous Byzantine tolerant algorithms and architectures have been proposed. However, this problem is not yet sufficiently understood by those who design, build, and maintain systems with high dependability requirements. Today, there are still many misconceptions relating to Byzantine failure, what makes a system vulnerable, and… CONTINUE READING

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