Federico Matteo Benčić

Federico Matteo Benčić
University of Zagreb · Department of Telecommunications (ZTEL)

Master of Science

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Introduction
Senior Researcher and Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. My research interest includes the applications of distributed ledger technology in the Internet of Things area.

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Publications (8)
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Nowadays, blockchain is becoming a synonym for distributed ledger technology. However, blockchain is only one of the specializations in the field and is currently well-covered in existing literature, but mostly from a cryptographic point of view. Besides blockchain technology, a new paradigm is gaining momentum: directed acyclic graphs. The contrib...
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Supply chain management enhanced by Internet of Things (IoT) solutions integrates special tags (e.g., RFID, NFC, QR-codes) with products to create Smart Tags, which, in addition to storing supplemental information about a product, are also used to track products during their lifecycle. However, a product consumer has to implicitly trust the Smart T...
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A new node joining a blockchain network first synchronizes with the network to verify ledger state by downloading the entire ledger history. We present Aurora, a probabilistic algorithm that \textit{identifies honest nodes} for transient or persistent communication in the presence of malicious nodes in a blockchain network, or ceases operation if i...
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In response to the bottleneck of processing throughput inherent to single chain PoW blockchains, several proposals have substituted a single chain for Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGs). In this work, we investigate two notable DAG-oriented designs. We focus on PHANTOM (and its optimization GHOSTDAG), which proposes a custom transaction selection strat...
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Light clients for distributed ledger networks can verify blockchain integrity by downloading and analyzing blockchain headers. They are designed to circumvent the high resource requirements, i.e., the large bandwidth and memory requirements that full nodes must meet, which are unsuitable for consumer-grade hardware and resource-constrained devices....

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