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consensus-simulation Namespace Reference

Functions

def bsc (n)
 
def simulate (k, n, verbose)
 

Variables

 parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
 
 metavar
 
 type
 
 int
 
 help
 
 action
 
 args = parser.parse_args()
 
float sum = 0.0
 

Function Documentation

◆ bsc()

def consensus-simulation.bsc (   n)
count the bits set in n

Definition at line 25 of file consensus-simulation.py.

Referenced by simulate().

25 def bsc(n):
26  """ count the bits set in n"""
27  l = n.bit_length()
28  c = 0
29  x = 1
30  for _ in range(0, l):
31  if n & x:
32  c = c + 1
33  x = x << 1
34  return c
35 
36 
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◆ simulate()

def consensus-simulation.simulate (   k,
  n,
  verbose 
)

Definition at line 37 of file consensus-simulation.py.

References bsc(), int, and list.

37 def simulate(k, n, verbose):
38  assert k < n
39  largest_arc = int(2**ceil(log(n, 2))) // 2
40  num_ghosts = (2 * largest_arc) - n
41  if verbose:
42  print("we have", num_ghosts, "ghost peers")
43  # n.b. all peers with idx<k are evil
44  peers = list(range(n))
45  info = [1 << x for x in range(n)]
46 
47  def done_p():
48  for x in range(k, n):
49  if bsc(info[x]) < n - k:
50  return False
51  return True
52 
53  rounds = 0
54  while not done_p():
55  if verbose:
56  print("-- round --")
57  arc = 1
58  while arc <= largest_arc:
59  if verbose:
60  print("-- subround --")
61  new_info = [x for x in info]
62  for peer_physical in range(n):
63  peer_logical = peers[peer_physical]
64  peer_type = None
65  partner_logical = (peer_logical + arc) % n
66  partner_physical = peers.index(partner_logical)
67  if peer_physical < k or partner_physical < k:
68  if verbose:
69  print(
70  "bad peer in connection", peer_physical, "--",
71  partner_physical
72  )
73  continue
74  if peer_logical & arc == 0:
75  # we are outgoing
76  if verbose:
77  print(peer_physical, "connects to", partner_physical)
78  peer_type = "outgoing"
79  if peer_logical < num_ghosts:
80  # we have a ghost, check if the peer who connects
81  # to our ghost is actually outgoing
82  ghost_partner_logical = (peer_logical - arc) % n
83  if ghost_partner_logical & arc == 0:
84  peer_type = peer_type + ", ghost incoming"
85  new_info[peer_physical] = new_info[peer_physical] | info[
86  peer_physical] | info[partner_physical]
87  new_info[partner_physical
88  ] = new_info[partner_physical] | info[
89  peer_physical] | info[partner_physical]
90  else:
91  peer_type = "incoming"
92  if verbose > 1:
93  print("type of", str(peer_physical) + ":", peer_type)
94  info = new_info
95  arc = arc << 1
96  rounds = rounds + 1
97  random.shuffle(peers)
98  return rounds
99 
100 
def simulate(k, n, verbose)
static int list
Set if we should print a list of currently running services.
Definition: gnunet-arm.c:69
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Variable Documentation

◆ parser

consensus-simulation.parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()

Definition at line 102 of file consensus-simulation.py.

Referenced by GNUNET_JSON_parse().

◆ metavar

consensus-simulation.metavar

Definition at line 103 of file consensus-simulation.py.

◆ type

consensus-simulation.type

Definition at line 103 of file consensus-simulation.py.

◆ int

consensus-simulation.int

◆ help

consensus-simulation.help

Definition at line 103 of file consensus-simulation.py.

◆ action

consensus-simulation.action

Definition at line 106 of file consensus-simulation.py.

Referenced by automaton_state_traverse().

◆ args

consensus-simulation.args = parser.parse_args()

◆ sum

float consensus-simulation.sum = 0.0