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We study broadcasting time in radio networks, modeled as unit disk graphs (UDG). Network stations are represented by points in the plane and a station is connected to all stations at distance at most 1 from it. Stations are unaware of the network topology. Each station can send messages from the...
We present a problem, called (n, m, k, d)-resource allocation, to model allocation of group resources with bounded capacity. Specifically, the problem concerns the scheduling of k identical resources among n processes which belong to m groups. Each resource can be used by at most d processes of...
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