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Stokkink, Q.A. (author)
The digital world is evolving toward representing - and serving the interconnection of - natural persons. Instead of depending on the intrastructure of Big Tech companies and governments, users can cooperate and use their hardware to form public infrastructure. Instead of existing by virtue of a reference in some institution's database, users...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Chotkan, Rowdy (author)
This research has been performed in pursuit of the MSc Computer Science at Delft University of Technology in collaboration with the Dutch National Office for Identity Data (RvIG), part of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is a relatively new concept part of a movement aspiring to create a...
master thesis 2021
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Toman, Martin (author)
Under what conditions can cooperation emerge and how can we sustain it? We build a computer simulation of a multi-agent spatial environment using Prisoner’s Dilemma as the principal agent interaction. We expand the model by allowing agents to remember a fixed number of past defectors and abstain from interacting with them again. Agents will be...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Marin, L. (author)
This article explores the norms that govern regular users’ acts of sharing content on social networking sites. Many debates on how to counteract misinformation on Social Networking Sites focus on the epistemic norms of testimony, implicitly assuming that the users’ acts of sharing should fall under the same norms as those for posting original...
journal article 2021
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Alfano, M.R. (author), Robinson, Brian (author)
Gossip is often serious business, not idle chitchat. Gossip allows those oppressed to privately name their oppressors as a warning to others. Of course, gossip can be in error. The speaker may be lying or merely have lacked sufficient evidence. Bias can also make those who hear the gossip more or less likely to believe the gossip. By...
journal article 2017
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Van de Bovenkamp, R. (author)
Local interactions on a graph will lead to global dynamic behaviour. In this thesis we focus on two types of dynamic processes on graphs: the Susceptible-Infected-Susceptilbe (SIS) virus spreading model, and gossip style epidemic algorithms. The largest part of this thesis is devoted to the SIS model. We first introduce the SIS model in chapter...
doctoral thesis 2015
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Pruteanu, A.S. (author)
Software applications developed for large-scale systems have always been difficult to de- velop due to problems caused by the large number of computing devices involved. Above a certain network size (roughly one hundred), necessary services such as code updating, topol- ogy discovery and data dissemination are challenging to operate and thus...
doctoral thesis 2013
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Kodde, A.C. (author)
For many processes it is required to have a reliable view of an environment of interest. One way to achieve this is by performing a distributed Kalman filter. In this thesis, three distribution methods from different research backgrounds are implemented and evaluated using multiple metrics for use in a Gossip based wireless sensor network:...
master thesis 2012
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Steenbergen, O. (author)
The development of social networks has changed the way we communicate from a personal conversation into a broadcast with a world-wide audience. Social networks have proven themselves useful during protests and natural disasters by providing a platform to share ideas and offer help to those in need. However, due to the reliance on the Internet...
master thesis 2012
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Van de Bovenkamp, R. (author), Kuipers, F. (author), Van Mieghem, P. (author)
We propose Gossipico, a gossip algorithm to average, sum or find minima and maxima over node values in a large, distributed, and dynamic network. Unlike previous work, Gossipico provides a continuous estimate of, for example, the number of nodes, even when the network becomes disconnected. Gossipico converges quickly due to the introduction of a...
conference paper 2012
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Bouman, E. (author)
There are currently many systems that offer online board games, for instance, social networking sites, where board games enjoy enormous popularity, but also systems such as the Internet Chess Club, which has been around for over a decade. However, these systems are all centralized and typically have drawbacks for the user, such as subscription...
master thesis 2012
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Logiotatidis, G. (author)
Peer-to-peer networks rely on gossip algorithms to spread information about the peer activity and the network status. State-of-the-art gossip algorithms are not sufficient to spread the information widely, as the size and the complexity of the unmanaged networks grow. They suffer from high bandwidth utilization and lack mechanisms to verify the...
master thesis 2010
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Anemaet, P.A.M. (author)
A wireless sensor network is an embedded computer network formed by small cheap devices, prone to errors. Communication in such a network in a single-hop range is provided by a Medium Access Control (MAC) Protocol. Chess has developed one such a MAC protocol, Gossip-MAC (G-MAC), specifically designed to service gossiping-based traffic. G-MAC was...
master thesis 2008
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