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Byzantine fault tolerance

Byzantine fault tolerance is a property of a distributed system such that it can tolerate components of a system failing in arbitrary ways, processing incorrect states, rather than simply stopping or crashing.

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Byzantine fault tolerance

Byzantine fault tolerance is a property of a distributed system such that it can tolerate components of a system failing in arbitrary ways, processing incorrect states, rather than simply stopping or crashing.

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Miguel Castro and Barbara Liskov

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance

http://pmg.csail.mit.edu/papers/osdi99.pdf

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