Experience and Evaluation of the Distributed Node Consensus Protocol

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The Distributed Node Consensus Protocol (DNCP) is a generic state synchronization protocol that offers data synchronization and dynamic network topology discovery within a network. This document reports experience with the DNCP, which includes its implementation status and performance evaluation in a simulated environment.


Kaiwen Jin (kaiwen.jin@master.polytechnique.org)
Pierre Pfister (pierre.pfister@darou.fr)
Jiazi Yi (jiazi@jiaziyi.com)

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