Strong Eventual Consistency of the Collaborative Editing Framework WOOT

Emin Karayel 🌐 and Edgar Gonzàlez 📧

March 25, 2020

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Commutative Replicated Data Types (CRDTs) are a promising new class of data structures for large-scale shared mutable content in applications that only require eventual consistency. The WithOut Operational Transforms (WOOT) framework is a CRDT for collaborative text editing introduced by Oster et al. (CSCW 2006) for which the eventual consistency property was verified only for a bounded model to date. We contribute a formal proof for WOOTs strong eventual consistency.


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