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We consider the distributed complexity of the stable matching problem (a.k.a. “stable marriage”). In this problem, the communication graph is undirected and bipartite, and each node ranks its neighbors. Given a matching of the nodes, a pair of unmatched nodes is called blocking if they prefer...
The buffered crossbar switch architecture has recently gained considerable research attention. In such a switch, besides normal input and output queues, a small buffer is associated with each crosspoint. Due to the introduction of crossbar buffers, output and input dependency is eliminated, and...
We study the power of local computations on labelled edges (which allow two adjacent vertices to synchronize and to modify their states simultaneaously in function of their previous states) through the classical election problem. We characterize the graphs for which this problem has a solution....
Consider a distributed system N in which each agent has an input value and each communication link has a weight. Given a global function, that is, a function f whose value depends on the whole network, the goal is for every agent to eventually compute the value f (N). We call this problem global...
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