Distributed Computing - IWDC 2003: 5th International by Sencun Zhu, Sushil Jajodia (auth.), Samir R. Das, Sajal K.

By Sencun Zhu, Sushil Jajodia (auth.), Samir R. Das, Sajal K. Das (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifth overseas Workshop on dispensed Computing, IWDC 2003, held in Kolkata, India in December 2003.

The 32 revised complete papers offered including 5 invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of one zero five submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on allotted algorithms, internetworking and internet, parallel and disbursed platforms, instant and cellular networking, ad-hoc and sensor networks, studying and optimization, and optical networking

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By Sencun Zhu, Sushil Jajodia (auth.), Samir R. Das, Sajal K. Das (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifth overseas Workshop on dispensed Computing, IWDC 2003, held in Kolkata, India in December 2003.

The 32 revised complete papers offered including 5 invited papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a complete of one zero five submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on allotted algorithms, internetworking and internet, parallel and disbursed platforms, instant and cellular networking, ad-hoc and sensor networks, studying and optimization, and optical networking

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For a typical logical clock process, these time points satisfy the property readyiK ≤ send_synciK ≤ synciK. Note that, in our context the term broadcast is equivalent to sending a message to each of the other nodes. 4 Scheduling Problems of Some Clock Synchronization Algorithms We now look at the clock synchronization algorithms by Srikanth and Toueg[10]. The basic principle of these algorithms is that no logical clock is ever adjusted backwards, to prevent the occurrence of the same clock value twice.

Repeat the following steps till the Links table contains only one row and one column: 42 Ahmed Khedr and Raj Bhatnagar • Select in Links the cell with minimum value. This edge links its rowfragment (frow ) to its column-fragment (fcol ) and is now selected to be in the global M ST . This step also means that the fragments frow and fcol are now merged into a new fragment, called frow−col. • Update the Links tuple as follows: ∗ Create a new row and a new column in Links for the fragment frow−col and delete the rows and columns for the original two fragments frow and fcol .

SGn (Vn , En ) and G = i SGi . – Each subgraph SGi may share some vertices with other subgraphs. The set Vj . of vertices shared by SGi and SGj are: Vsh (i, j) = Vi – The set of all vertices that are shared by at least two subgraphs is: Shared = i,j Vsh (i, j). – Each edge e of a subgraph SGi has a weight W (e) associated with it. – The weight of a tree in the graph is defined as the sum of the weights of the edges in the tree and our objective is to find the global tree of minimal weight, that is, the global M ST .

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