Dynamically Fault-Tolerant Content Addressable Networks
We describe a content addressable network which is robust in the face of massive adversarial attacks and in a highly dynamic environment. Our network is robust in the sense that at any time, an arbitrarily large fraction of the peers can reach an arbitrarily large fraction of the data items. The network can be created and maintained in a completely distributed fashion.
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