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We consider power saving in a cellular network. Subject to constraints generated by network planning and dynamic Radio Resource Management algorithms, there is room for reducing Base Station (BS) transmit powers. We suggest that power is reduced in a way that does not move cell boundaries significantly. For this, there is a power difference constraint d max… (More)

Cyclic dominance of three species is a commonly occurring interaction dynamics, often denoted the rock-paper-scissors (RPS) game. Such a type of interactions is known to promote species coexistence. Here, we generalize recent results of Reichenbach [Nature (London) 448, 1046 (2007)] of a four-state variant of the RPS game. We show that spiral formation… (More)

Interacting populations often create complicated spatiotemporal behavior, and understanding it is a basic problem in the dynamics of spatial systems. We study the two-species case by simulations of a host-parasitoid model. In the case of coexistence, there are spatial patterns leading to noise-sustained oscillations. We introduce a measure for the patterns,… (More)

We consider distributed channel allocation on planar conflict graphs describing interference couplings of wireless networks. We observe that the corresponding graph colouring problem is riddled by topologic defects that are annihilated when they meet the network boundary, or possibly another defect. Greedy algorithms lead to random walk -like motion of… (More)

A two-species spatially extended system of hosts and parasitoids is studied. There are two distinct kinds of coexistence; one with populations distributed homogeneously in space and another one with spatiotemporal patterns. In the latter case, there are noise-sustained oscillations in the population densities, whereas in the former one the densities are… (More)

- Matti Peltomäki
- 2007

1 Vertex cover on other graph ensembles: the effect of degree–degree correlations

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