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Consensus protocols employed in Byzantine fault-tolerant systems are notoriously compute intensive. Unfortunately, the traditional approach to execute instances of such protocols in a pipelined fashion is not well suited for modern multi-core processors and fundamentally restricts the overall performance of systems based on them. To solve this problem, we present the consensus-oriented parallelization (COP) scheme, which disentangles consecutive consensus instances and executes them in paralleldoi:10.1145/2814576.2814800 dblp:conf/middleware/BehlDK15 fatcat:s4wiaisgvje6fctvvqabdhnbg4