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From crash fault-tolerance to arbitrary-fault tolerance: towards a modular approach

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3 Author(s)
Baldoni, R. ; Rome Univ., Italy ; Helary, J.-M. ; Raynal, M.

Presents a generic methodology to transform a protocol which is resilient to process crashes into one that is resilient to arbitrary failures in the case where processes run the same text and regularly exchange messages (i.e. the case of round-based protocols). The methodology follows a modular approach, encapsulating the detection of arbitrary failures in specific modules. This can be the starting point for designing tools that allow automatic transformation. We show an application of this methodology to the case of consensus

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Dependable Systems and Networks, 2000. DSN 2000. Proceedings International Conference on

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2000