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A self-stabilizing 3-approximation for the maximum leaf spanning tree problem in arbitrary networks

The maximum leaf spanning tree (MLST) is a good candidate for constructing a virtual backbone in self-organized multihop wireless networks, but is practically intractable (NP-complete). Self-stabilization is a general technique that permits to recover from catastrophic transient failures in self-organized networks without human intervention. We propose a fully distributed self...

Brief Announcement: Loosely-stabilizing Leader Election with Polylogarithmic Convergence Time

Hirotsugu Kakugawa Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University , Japan 4 Fukuhito Ooshita Graduate School of Science and Technology, Nara Institute of Science and Technology

Loosely-Stabilizing Leader Election on Arbitrary Graphs in Population Protocols Without Identifiers nor Random Numbers

In the population protocol model Angluin et al. proposed in 2004, there exists no self-stabilizing leader election protocol for complete graphs, arbitrary graphs, trees, lines, degree-bounded graphs and so on unless the protocol knows the exact number of nodes. To circumvent the impossibility, we introduced the concept of loose-stabilization in 2009, which relaxes the closure...

Loosely-Stabilizing Leader Election with Polylogarithmic Convergence Time

Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University , Japan 4 Hirotsugu Kakugawa Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University , Japan 5 Fukuhito Ooshita