Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

M. Biely, M. Hutle:
"Consensus When All Processes May Be Byzantine for Some Time";
Talk: 11th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems (SSS 2009), Lyon; 2009-11-03 - 2009-11-06; in: "Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems", Lecture Notes in Conputer Science / Springer Verlag, 5873 (2009), ISBN: 978-3-642-05117-3; 120 - 132.

English abstract:
Among all classes of faults, Byzantine faults form the most general modeling of value faults. Traditionally, in the Byzantine fault model, faults are statically attributed to a set of up to t processes. This, however, implies that in this model a process at which a value fault occurs is forever "stigmatized" as being Byzantine, an assumption that might not be acceptable for long-lived systems, where processes need to be reintegrated after a fault.
We thus consider a model where Byzantine processes can recover in a predefined recovery state, and show that consensus can be solved in such a model.

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