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    Title: Asynchronous Consensus Protocol for the Unreliable Un-fully Connected Network
    Authors: Wang, S.C.;Yan, K.Q.;Cheng, C.F.
    Keywords: Asynchronous consensus;fault tolerant distributed system;failure detector;un-fully connected network;dual failure mode
    Date: 2003-07
    Issue Date: 2016-01-06 10:53:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In order to achieve reliability in the distributed system, we need a mechanism to enable the system as
    a whole to continue to function despite the system has some faulty components. The Consensus problem
    is for the fault-free processors to cope with the faulty components and reach a common value from each
    other in the distributed system. Traditionally, the Consensus problems were solved in the synchronous
    network. Subsequently, Chandra and Toueg solved the Consensus problem with crash faulty processor in
    the asynchronous fully connected network in 1996. In this paper, we will solve the Consensus with dual
    failure mode (both crash fault and malicious fault) on communication links. The proposed protocol uses
    the minimum number of rounds of message exchange and can tolerate the maximum number of allowable
    faulty communication links to make each fault-free processor reach a common consensus value.
    Relation: Operating Systems Review 37(3), pp43-54
    DOI: 10.1145/881783.881789
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