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Information gathering in adversarial systems: lines and cycles

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Information gathering in adversarial systems: lines and cycles
In this paper we consider the problem of routing packets to a single destination in a dynamically changing network, where both the network and the packet injections are under adversarial control. Routing packets to a single destination is also known as information gathering. Information gathering is an important communication primitive for sensor networks. Since sensor networks have a wide range of civilian and military applications, they have recently attracted a great deal of research attention. Several communication protocols have already been suggested for sensor networks, but not much theoretical work has been done so far in this area. Information gathering is an important primitive to allow an observer to collect information from the sensors. Because sensors usually do not move, they form a static topology of possible communication links, but since sensors may frequently be in sleep mode or their communication may be disrupted by interference or obstacles, communication links ma...
Kishore Kothapalli, Christian Scheideler
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Type Conference
Year 2003
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Authors Kishore Kothapalli, Christian Scheideler
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