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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Awareness of the need for robustness in distributed systems increases as distributed systems become integral parts of day-to-day systems. Self-stabilizing while tolerating ongoing Byzantine faults are wishful properties of a distributed system. Many distributed tasks (e.g. clock synchronization) possess ecient non-stabilizing solutions tolerating Byzantine faults or conversely non-Byzantine but self-stabilizing solutions. In contrast, designing algorithms that self-stabilize while at the samedoi:10.1007/11577327_4 fatcat:jitv2iqw55be5cv3ikwso4tqze