Survivable Network Design Problems in Wireless Networks

Survivable network design is an important suite of algorithmic problems where the goal is to select a minimum cost network subject to the constraint that some desired connectivity property has to be satisfied by the network. Traditionally, these problems have been studied in a model where individual edges (and sometimes nodes) have an associated cost. This model does not faithfully represent wireless networks, where the activation of an edge is dependent on the selection of parameter values at its endpoints, and the cost incurred is a function of these values.

Provided by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Topic: Networking Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: PDF

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