Issue No. 04 - April (1988 vol. 37)
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The problem of achieving global clock synchronization in fault-tolerant clocks by preventing so-called multiple cliques in the presence of malicious clock failures (i.e. clock failures that are perceived differently by different nonfaulty clocks) is addressed. A solution to the problem, referred to as the averaging rule, is developed, and its use is analytically justified using the notions of c
synchronisation; fault-tolerant clocks; malicious failures; clock partitions; clock-receiver triggering; phase-detector operating range; averaging rule; simulations; clocks; fault tolerant computing; logic testing; synchronisation.
N. Vasanthavada and P. Marinos, "Synchronization of Fault-Tolerant Clocks in the Presence of Malicious Failures," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 37, no. , pp. 440-448, 1988.