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Singularly Near Optimal Leader Election in Asynchronous Networks [article]

Shay Kutten, William K. Moses Jr., Gopal Pandurangan, David Peleg
2021 arXiv   pre-print
(DISC 2020) presented a randomized asynchronous leader election algorithm that is singularly near optimal for complete networks, but left open the problem for general networks.  ...  We present a randomized singularly near optimal leader election algorithm that runs in O(D + log^2n) time and O(mlog^2 n) messages with high probability.  ...  Introduction in this paper is to design leader election algorithms in distributed asynchronous networks that are singularly near optimal. Using synchronizers.  ... 
arXiv:2108.02197v2 fatcat:pg6aqwdmubc7fjtra6cccocyiy

Singularly Near Optimal Leader Election in Asynchronous Networks

Shay Kutten, William K. Moses Jr., Gopal Pandurangan, David Peleg, Seth Gilbert
2021
(DISC 2020) presented a randomized asynchronous leader election algorithm that is singularly near optimal for complete networks, but left open the problem for general networks.  ...  We present a randomized singularly near optimal leader election algorithm that runs in O(D + log² n) time and O(m log² n) messages with high probability.  ...  Our goal in this paper is to design leader election algorithms in distributed asynchronous networks that are singularly near optimal. Using synchronizers.  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.disc.2021.27 fatcat:ldxnfldh2ngcfp6mht6qmqlo2i

Singularly Optimal Randomized Leader Election

Shay Kutten, William K. Moses Jr., Gopal Pandurangan, David Peleg, Hagit Attiya
2020 International Symposium on Distributed Computing  
This paper concerns designing distributed algorithms that are singularly optimal, i.e., algorithms that are simultaneously time and message optimal, for the fundamental leader election problem in networks  ...  Our main result is a randomized distributed leader election algorithm for asynchronous complete networks that is essentially (up to a polylogarithmic factor) singularly optimal.  ...  ) singularly optimal.  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.disc.2020.22 dblp:conf/wdag/KuttenMPP20 fatcat:mzr45p5mkzf6dkit6rrnzwtdpu

Singularly Optimal Randomized Leader Election [article]

Shay Kutten, William K. Moses Jr., Gopal Pandurangan, David Peleg
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Comput., 1997) for message optimal (deterministic) election in asynchronous networks.  ...  This paper concerns designing distributed algorithms that are singularly optimal, i.e., algorithms that are simultaneously time and message optimal, for the fundamental leader election problem in networks  ...  Our results, while providing near-optimal message and time bounds for complete asynchronous networks, are a step towards designing singularly optimal algorithms for general asynchronous networks.  ... 
arXiv:2008.02782v2 fatcat:xxdyxblxdray3oxsu4tflbu3iy

Distributed Supervised Learning using Neural Networks [article]

Simone Scardapane
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We consider two different families of networks, namely echo state networks (extending the algorithms introduced in the second part), and spline adaptive filters.  ...  In this thesis, we analyze multiple distributed protocols for a large number of neural network architectures.  ...  This can be achieved in a decentralized way using a basic leader election strategy [7] .  ... 
arXiv:1607.06364v1 fatcat:plec4rmorvf7rbpviexk4pihda

Background: Waking Up in a New Soft City [chapter]

Carl Skelton
2013 Soft City Culture and Technology  
) can and must now work from within this condition: the architectures of software, teams, markets, and communities may not look or work anything like the architectures of the buildings and cities and networks  ...  (William Mitchell, City of Bits 1995 :44) Mitchell's "City of Bits" was soft in two ways: in adding soft ware to the lexicon of urban infrastructures and in highlighting the ways in which IT-augmented  ...  The necessary computers and networks are already in place. Imagining students and social leaders getting collectively smart enough to use them might not be that crazy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-7251-3_2 fatcat:wuserlh3irfkvcx4xza242cbgm

2013 sponsors of the Telecommunications Journal of Australia

2013 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
The views in this article are those of the author and do not represent ACMA views.  ...  Acknowledgements and Disclaimer The illustrations in the article are taken or derived from ACMA information and presentations.  ...  However, the US digital dividend was not optimally configured for broadband wireless.  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v63i1.410 fatcat:ttlarsph55derktoht3hkxzwcm

Table of contents

2019 2019 Chinese Control Conference (CCC)   unpublished
SUN Kailai, ZHAO Qianchuan, YANG Zhenming, XU Xiuwei 6379 Data Fusion Algorithm of Wireless Sensor Based on Combination Between Cluster Head Election Improvement and Neural Network . . . . . . . . . .  ...  HOU Lijun, ZHANG Huipeng, WANG Junzheng, SHI Dawei 5463 Event-Triggered Fault Detection for Discrete-Time Singularly Perturbed Systems in Finite-Frequency Domain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  ... 
doi:10.23919/chicc.2019.8866607 fatcat:bkwxxogrqvcmfpmqiek3xgnuoe

Learning networks for lifelong competence development

Krassen Stefanov, Rob Koper
2007 Interactive Learning Environments  
We envisage that the framework will be used for formal, non-formal and informal learning activities; learning units will be created and shared in a distributed manner in learning networks, and peer-to-peer  ...  II Workshop "Learning Networks for Lifelong Competence Development" The objective of the workshop The objective of the workshop was to identify and analyse current research and technologies in the Workshop  ...  optimization of activities.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820701424643 fatcat:ndnsszqzxncfdk3bmtiqv6zcxa

IRRODL Volume 1, Number 2

Various Authors
2001 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Abstract This article presents NKI's experiences with online education from the time the idea was conceived in 1985 to the point when the total number of course enrolments exceeded 10,000 in June 2000.  ...  Common Problems Discriminant capability and reliability among users have been major problems in previous transcript analysis work.  ...  Discriminant capability means a coding instrument readily and Fahy, Addressing some Common Problems in Transcript Analysis  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v1i2.1080 fatcat:fdegry2twfauxmunmhs2so4mwe

Opportunities of blockchain for industry 4.0 – energy impacts for the industrial Internet of things

Nicholas Lieb, Klaus Rapp
2018
The results show that while the blockchain claiming to be IoT-optimized, IOTA, performs well in terms of energy consumption, the hardware utilization is very high, leaving no room for other applications  ...  to run in sideline.  ...  Without a leader election in the network, there are restrictions to the mechanism to find consensus: The node needs to form its own independent opinion based on the statistical analysis of opinions it  ... 
doi:10.34726/hss.2018.57105 fatcat:m7cqhsyywng65k4tbgu2rfozc4

Nature [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
Originating in the work by Hiltz and Turoff in the late 1970s, learning networks and asynchronous learning networks have developed into an area that overlaps with networked learning but has its own distinct  ...  Thus, after Nietzsche, when one speaks of leadership in a political context, one thinks of a "super"-leader, a leader of leaders.  ...  pedagogy" does not appear in Freire's Pedagogy of the Oppressed, but was coined by Henry Giroux in 1983 (in an article appearing in Harvard Educational Review that August, which also formed the bulk of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100675 fatcat:k6nsmzfvfbdkrd274vcmkkd7ey

2. International Migration and Its Regulation [chapter]

Maria I. Baganha, Jeroen Doomernik, Heinz Fassmann, Sonia Gsir, Martin Hofmann, Michael Jandl, Albert Kraler, Matthias Neske, Ursula Reeger, Rinus Penninx, Maria Berger, Karen Kraal
2006 The Dynamics of Migration and Settlement in Europe  
IMISCOE is a European Commission-funded Network of Excellence of more than 350 scientists from various research institutes that specialise in migration and integration issues in Europe.  ...  -Asynchronous times.  ...  While the rhetoric about being a 'nation of immigrants' is strong in the latter countries, it is singularly absent in Europe.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9789048504176-002 fatcat:pyzaihvitndcdgqckxw75niama

Homer Simpson ponders politics: popular culture as political theory

2013 ChoiceReviews  
In each episode, the Storyteller (in the first season played by John Hurt and in the second season by Michael Gambon) magically brought to life tales of German, Russian, Celtic, Norwegian, and Greek traditions  ...  -The Storyteller (opening sequence) In 1987 Jim Henson, most famous, of course, for his Muppets, created and produced the first installment of The Storyteller.  ...  Dahl states that seven features are necessary to qualify a system as democratic: control over governmental decisions about policy must be constitutionally vested in elected officials; elected officials  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-2345 fatcat:ssmmrrsvevbk7hw7hfyovshbgi

About the authors

2013 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
and use; b) Protecting the right of persons with disabilities to vote by secret ballot in elections and public referendums without intimidation, and to stand for elections; c) Guaranteeing the free expression  ...  However, the use of public procurement to singularly create additional demand for accessible ICTs is relatively recent (Waddell 2009 ) and untested in the Australian context.  ...  He holds a doctoral degree in sociology.  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v63i2.436 fatcat:5ev5z5qzknf5laik2y6j2o6pyy
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