Making Asynchronous Distributed Computations Robust to Channel Noise

@inproceedings{CensorHillel2018MakingAD,
  title={Making Asynchronous Distributed Computations Robust to Channel Noise},
  author={Keren Censor-Hillel and Ran Gelles and Bernhard Haeupler},
  booktitle={ITCS},
  year={2018}
}
We consider the problem of making distributed computations robust to noise, in particular to worst-case (adversarial) corruptions of messages. We give a general distributed interactive coding scheme which simulates any asynchronous distributed protocol while tolerating a maximal corruption level of \Theta(1/n)-fraction of all messages. Our noise tolerance is optimal and is obtained with only a moderate overhead in the number of messages. Our result is the first fully distributed interactive… CONTINUE READING

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