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In this paper, we provide a family of bounds for the rate at which the functions of many inputs can be computed in-network on general topologies. Going beyond simple symmetric functions where the output is invariant to the permutation of the operands, e.g., average, parity, we describe an...
In the stabilizing consensus problem each agent of a networked system has an input value and is repeatedly writing an output value; it is required that eventually all the output values stabilize to the same value which, moreover, must be one of the input values. We study this problem for a...
The 2-Choices dynamics is a process that models voting behavior on networks and works as follows: Each agent initially holds either opinion blue or red; then, in each round, each agent looks at two random neighbors and, if the two have the same opinion, the agent adopts it. We study its behavior...
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