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On CRDTs in Byzantine Environments : Conflict Freedom, Equivocation Tolerance, and the Matrix Replicated Data Type
Conflict-free replicated data types (CRDTs) refer to replicated data types that allow updates to be applied to different replicas independently and concurrently -without the need for a remote conflict resolution. Thus, whenever CRDTs can be applied, they provide a building block for scalability and performance of fault-tolerant systems. Currently, CRDTs are typically used in a crash fault setting for global-scale, partition-tolerant, highly-available databases or collaborative applications likedoi:10.5445/ir/1000146481 fatcat:2xyz2vgiknfihm3gjjuzrwc54y