A gossiping protocol for detecting global threshold crossings

@article{Wuhib2010AGP,
  title={A gossiping protocol for detecting global threshold crossings},
  author={Fetahi Zebenigus Wuhib and Mads Dam and Robert Stadler},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management},
  year={2010},
  volume={7}
}
We investigate the use of gossip protocols for the detection of network-wide threshold crossings. Our design goals are low protocol overhead, small detection delay, low probability of false positives and negatives, scalability, robustness to node failures and controllability of the trade-off between overhead and detection delay. Based on push-synopses, a gossip protocol introduced by Kempe et al., we present a protocol that indicates whether a global aggregate of static local values is above or… CONTINUE READING

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