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Novel artificial intelligence method for decision chain within blockchain technology.

Nacer, M., 2022. Novel artificial intelligence method for decision chain within blockchain technology. Doctoral Thesis (Doctoral). Bournemouth University, Faculty of Science and Technology.

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The objective of the distributed system is to distribute the resources and the calculations. Blockchain is the art of interconnecting data into a tamper-proof and tamper-resistant ledger. Security is ensured by making the cost of malicious activities very high, trans- parency is inherited from a high level of duplication, and privacy is the result of using cryptography. Consensus is at the heart of the technology to orchestrate nodes to provide finality. However, it has a disadvantage because it bases the decision on different means, which are votes, stake or resources. The decision makes the system prone to monopoly or inconsistencies. In addition, the system suffers from a high validation lag compared to centralized systems. Thus, the injection of a novel artificial intelligence method that can learn and automate the space of actions allow the technology to respond to criticisms of efficiency. This work introduces a new approach in the maintenance of distributed ledger. It will start with the introduction of TheChain as a platform, which is based on the concept of node independence as incentive for competency. Second, TheCoin is the data that will be exchanged between different nodes, which is flexibly modeled to hold different types of symbolic elements. Finally, TheTree is a sociology-inspired approach to maintain va- lidity. It introduced the concept model as a distributed modeling approach and changed decision and security from a component to a network. At TheChain level, monopoly as a philosophical issue was addressed, a conceptual comparison was demonstrated, a se- curity discussion and an operation scenario were investigated. At TheCoin level, discus- sion of security, conceptual comparison, system size and performance are demonstrated. TheTree section will provide a safety discussion, formal study, environment modelisation and conceptual comparisons. The contribution is to provide a non-monopoly-prone plat- form built on a new philosophical principle to solve security problems. Second, TheCoin reduce the size of the block and retain the use of coins to offer parallel transaction pro- cessing, in which it has been reported that TheCoin can be with 10% of normal block size in case of micropayment. TheTree defined a new approach to dealing with malicious users by leveraging regional consistency. The propagation and consistency times are faster than any previous work. Moreover, the cost of malicious activities has been shown to be very high.

Item Type:Thesis (Doctoral)
Uncontrolled Keywords:blockchain; integrated thesis;
ID Code:38174
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:06 Feb 2023 11:52
Last Modified:23 Jan 2024 09:58


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