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Correction to "Fast Byzantine Consensus"

Jean-Philippe
Lorenzo , IEEE

Pages: p. 400


In the above-cited article, which appeared in the IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 202-215, July-September 2006, some information appeared incorrectly. We apologize for the error. Please see the list of corrections:

  • In the Introduction, safety properties appeared incorrectly.
  • Instead of appearing as:
  • CS1. Only a single value that has been proposed may be chosen.
  • CS2. Only a value that has been proposed may be chosen.
  • CS2. Only a single value may be chosen.
  • CS3. Only a chosen value may be learned by a correct learner.
  • They should have appeared as shown below:
  • CS1. Only a value that has been proposed may be chosen.
  • CS2. Only a single value may be chosen.
  • CS3. Only a chosen value may be learned by a correct learner.
  • On p. 209, right column, line 5: " $n>5f+1$ " should have been " $n<5f+1$ ."
  • On p. 212, in the proof of Lemma 9, " $|F|\leq \sqcup$ " should have been " $|F|\leq t$ ."
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