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Real-time collaborative editing applications are drastically different from typical client-server applications in that every participant has a copy of the shared document. In this type of environment, each participant acts as both a client and a server replica. In this article, we elaborate on how to adapt Byzantine fault tolerance (BFT) mechanisms to enhance the trustworthiness of such applications. It is apparent that traditional BFT algorithms cannot be used directly because it would dictatedoi:10.3390/computers6020013 fatcat:gae7jhdse5hfrbrtr42a34ywa4