Algorithms for Sensor Systems: 6th International Workshop on by Iyad A. Kanj, Ge Xia (auth.), Christian Scheideler (eds.)

By Iyad A. Kanj, Ge Xia (auth.), Christian Scheideler (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the sixth overseas Workshop on Algorithms for Sensor platforms, instant advert Hoc Networks, and self sustaining cellular Entities, ALGOSENSORS 2010, held in Bordeaux, France, in July 2010. The 15 complete papers and short bulletins have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 31 submissions. The workshop geared toward bringing jointly examine contributions regarding various algorithmic and complexity-theoretic elements of instant sensor networks. In 2010 the focal point used to be prolonged to contain additionally contributions approximately similar forms of networks similar to advert hoc instant networks, cellular networks, radio networks and allotted platforms of robots.

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Catusse, V. Chepoi, and Y. Vax`es left of y , otherwise, either x ∈ R(xy) or x ∈ R(x y ) and, by Lemma 4, either x y or xy does not belong to E1 . We conclude that |x y | > |xy | and since x y belongs to G, π(x)π(y ) also belongs to G. If the edge π(x)π(y ) is not crossed by another edge of E1 , then we are done. Otherwise, let ab ∈ E1 be an edge crossing π(x)π(y ). Since we should only consider the configurations listed in Fig. 4, we can suppose that a ∈ π2 ∪ π4 and b ∈ π1 ∪ π3 (see Fig. 7). First, suppose that a ∈ π2 = π(x ).

Murata and A. Matsubayashi Here, we have used the fact that xα (β − x) with α, β > 0 is maximized at αβ x = 1+α . It follows from (4) that kit−1 li = i≥1 t−1 t−1 (k2i−1 l2i−1 + k2i l2i ) (5) i≥1 = O(k1t−1 l1 + k2t−1 l2 ) = O(k t−1 l) = O(k t−2 n). Moreover, |C| ≤ i≥1 li ≤ ki li = l + k = i≥1 n + 1. k (6) By (3), (5), and (6), we have the theorem. Because the running time of AGBS is O(n), the running time of AGBR is n + 2 i≥1 O(ki ) + |C| = O(n). Theorem 2 is not useful to bound a factor of n for the case k = O(1).

Because the distance of ci and the original √ center of Di is at most 22 , after Step 4, Q is covered by Di s centered at grid points. Steps 5 and 6 guarantee that a data message from s is transferred to all the nodes covered by i Di . Thus, AGBS constructs a broadcast. Let C be the set of disks located in Steps 5 and 6. Then, the cost of AGBS is 2 cost = i ri + |C|. Lemma 2. |C| ≤ i( √ 2 ri + 2) + m. √ Proof. Suppose i ≥ 2. Because dist(ti , ti ) ≤ 22 and the distance of ci and the √ √ original center of Di is at most 22 , it follows that dist(ti , ci ) ≤ ri + 2.

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