Iterative Approximate Consensus in the presence of Byzantine Link Failures

@inproceedings{Tseng2014IterativeAC,
  title={Iterative Approximate Consensus in the presence of Byzantine Link Failures},
  author={Lewis Tseng and Nitin H. Vaidya},
  booktitle={NETYS},
  year={2014}
}
This paper explores the problem of reaching approximate consensus in synchronous point-to-point networks, where each directed link of the underlying communication graph represents a communication channel between a pair of nodes. We adopt the transient Byzantine link failure model [15, 16], where an omniscient adversary controls a subset of the directed communication links, but the nodes are assumed to be fault-free. Recent work has addressed the problem of reaching approximate consensus in… CONTINUE READING

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