Askemos

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607 Request Dispatch Overview container member ## Abstract Running applications in an Askemos network slightly changes the landscape from the security point of view, since trust in Askemos comes from assertions about past message patterns. Howev
616 Request Dispatch Overview container member ### "Looking At" vs. "Changing" the World There's already the first thing to detail more: request which may change the network state will be replicated to all, or at least most, of the replica while r
626 Request Dispatch Overview container member Once the protocol has consummated, changes are committed to permanent memory and additional messages may be sent out to trigger further processing and eventually a result will sent back to the client
629 Request Dispatch Overview container member ## Summary The Askemos system does require to trust in any single third party. Nor does it require long term trust in any cryptographic mean to establish trust in factual assertions. Instead of rely
700 documentation container member ## Requirements, Rationale & Vision * [Askemos - A Distributed Settlement][1] (White Paper, 2002) -- the basic concepts summarized. * Rationales * [Non-Repudiation][2] - Building trustworthy
1292 Which peers can learn data or vote on progress? see also ### "Looking At" vs. "Changing" the World There's already the first thing to detail more: request which may change the network state will be replicated to all, or at least most, of the replica while r
1512 The Initial Contract description The philosophical question Rousseau asks is: Why and which obligations rational, free individuals could trade off and which benefits they receive in return from accepting the contract and thus owe obl
1522 The Initial Contract description A social contract comes down to a set of statements, which the peer promises to comply with. So far this initial act is unilateral. > This is a single-sided contract one can enter or exit any time. >
1535 The Initial Contract description For any given concern a person will be in need to allocate as many tokens witness as felt reasonable. About the selected tokens bearer they must trust to keep promise to the contracted extend in the case at hand.
1537 For any given concern a person will be in need to allocate as many tokens witness as felt reasonable. About the selected tokens bearer they must trust to keep promise to the contracted extend in the case at hand. subject (keyword) Mission-oriented Resilient Cloud
1543 For any given concern a person will be in need to allocate as many tokens witness as felt reasonable. About the selected tokens bearer they must trust to keep promise to the contracted extend in the case at hand. best practice Heterogeneous Security
1547 The philosophical question Rousseau asks is: Why and which obligations rational, free individuals could trade off and which benefits they receive in return from accepting the contract and thus owe obl see also ## The Origin Of The Idea Askemos was born from the minds of a Lutheran minister and his computer scientist son, conversing about the idealized societies of the Enlightenment philosophers. As opposed
1555 A social contract comes down to a set of statements, which the peer promises to comply with. So far this initial act is unilateral. > This is a single-sided contract one can enter or exit any time. > subject (keyword) Contract Type (Askemos)
1573 A social contract comes down to a set of statements, which the peer promises to comply with. So far this initial act is unilateral. > This is a single-sided contract one can enter or exit any time. > see also There ought to be two rules about. One: Avatars ought to exist independent of any individual social contract put forward by any particular space. And two: Social contracts ought to be available in a machine readable form which allows the avatar projection intelligence to know exactly what the rules are and to allow you set effective guidelines about I don’t go to spaces where people don’t treat me in ways that I consider to be crucial in my treatment.
1604 A social contract comes down to a set of statements, which the peer promises to comply with. So far this initial act is unilateral. > This is a single-sided contract one can enter or exit any time. > kind/genre/type linguistic system
1610 A social contract comes down to a set of statements, which the peer promises to comply with. So far this initial act is unilateral. > This is a single-sided contract one can enter or exit any time. > subject (keyword) grant
1658 For any given concern a person will be in need to allocate as many tokens witness as felt reasonable. About the selected tokens bearer they must trust to keep promise to the contracted extend in the case at hand. subject (keyword) Societal Infrastructure Software
1674 Once the protocol has consummated, changes are committed to permanent memory and additional messages may be sent out to trigger further processing and eventually a result will sent back to the client see also Privacy
1699 For any given concern a person will be in need to allocate as many tokens witness as felt reasonable. About the selected tokens bearer they must trust to keep promise to the contracted extend in the case at hand. kind/genre/type Contract
1965 Cryptographic encoding description encode plaintext into chipher text; trust the "key" value
1991 ## Requirements, Rationale & Vision * [Askemos - A Distributed Settlement][1] (White Paper, 2002) -- the basic concepts summarized. * Rationales * [Non-Repudiation][2] - Building trustworthy label Rationale
2017 Askemos 2002 - text sequence container member > **A Distributed Settlement, 2002** ## Introduction The digital age started out with several promises. Among the big bunch of curious to abstruse dreams are some more serious plans. One of this id
2038 Askemos 2002 - text sequence container member > **A Distributed Settlement, 2002** ### No single Point of Failure, Byzantine Protocols in a P2P ### world In a distributed system it is meaningless to assume all parties to be honest and reliable.
2055 Askemos 2002 - text sequence container member > **A Distributed Settlement, 2002** ## Privacy In the course of the past years some effort was made to establish global user identity and data repositories. Those appears to be a premise for elect
2064 > **A Distributed Settlement, 2002** ## Introduction The digital age started out with several promises. Among the big bunch of curious to abstruse dreams are some more serious plans. One of this id title Introduction