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    • Probabilistic Broadcast 

      Hayden, Mark; Birman, Kenneth (Cornell University, 1996-09)
      We present a class of scalable and probabilisticly reliable communication protocols. The protocols are based on a probabilistic system model and thus their properties tend to be probabilistic in nature. The protocols are ...
    • A Review of Experiences with Reliable Multicast 

      Birman, Kenneth (Cornell University, 1999-01)
      By understanding how real users have employed reliable multicast in real distributed systems, we can develop insight concerning the degree to which this technology has matched expectations. This paper reviews a number of ...
    • Using AVL Trees for Fault Tolerant Group Key Management 

      Rodeh, Ohad; Birman, Kenneth; Dolev, Danny (Cornell University, 2000-11-02)
      In this paper we describe an efficient algorithm for the management of group-keys for Group Communication Systems. Our algorithm is based on the notion of key-graphs, previously used for managing keys in large IP-multicast ...