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Introduction | Yggdrasil
Yggdrasil is an early-stage implementation of a fully end-to-end encrypted IPv6 network. It is lightweight, self-arranging, supported on multiple platforms and allows pretty much any IPv6-capable application to communicate securely with other Yggdrasil nodes. Yggdrasil does not require you to have IPv6 Internet connectivity - it also works over IPv4.

Although Yggdrasil shares many similarities with cjdns, it employs a different routing algorithm based on a globally-agreed spanning tree and greedy routing in a metric space, and aims to implement some novel local backpressure routing techniques. In theory, Yggdrasil should scale well on networks with internet-like topologies.
networking  distributed  internet  decentralized  ipv6 
2 days ago by tobym
/home/accts/agt5/papers/preproc/contention.eps - calvin-sigmod12.pdf
Calvin: Fast Distributed Transactions
for Partitioned Database Systems
database  distributed  calvin  paper 
2 days ago by willyh
Designing Distributed Systems with TLA+
Official Description: Concurrency is hard. How do you test your system when it’s spread across three services and four languages? Unit testing and type systems only take us so far. At some point we need new tools. Enter TLA+. TLA+ is a specification language that describes your system and the properties you want. This makes it a fantastic complement to testing: not only can you check your code, you can check your design, too!
distributed  tla-plus 
2 days ago by lenciel

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