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2.2.2 Node Network View

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There are slightly different variations for the definitions of a Node Network, Node, Full Node, Light Node, and Miner Node depending on the DIDO Platform.1),2),3),4)

  • The Node Network is a collection of interconnected computers communicating over a network of equally privileged computers (i.e., there are no central authoritative computers). The node network is sometimes referred to as a peer-to-peer (P2P) network.
  • A Node is an individual computer that participates as an equal within the node network. A node is sometimes referred to as a peer. Nodes receive input, perform one or more operations on those inputs, and returns an output.
Figure 1: Node Network of Nodes.
“What is a Bitcoin node?”, Nate Eldredge, 14, December 2013,
“What are Ethereum Nodes And Sharding?”, Ameer Rosic, 2017,
“IOTA Full Node — That’s Why a Full Node Is Important for IOTA!”, Marko Vidrih, February 2019,
“Introduction to IPFS: Run Nodes on Your Network, with HTTP Gateways”, Ross Bulat, 3 December 2018,
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