Distributed Degree Splitting, Edge Coloring, and Orientations

Abstract

We study a family of closely-related distributed graph problems, which we call degree splitting, where roughly speaking the objective is to partition (or orient) the edges such that each node’s degree is split almost uniformly. Our findings lead to answers for a number of problems, a sampling of which includes: • We present a poly log n round deterministic… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ghaffari2017DistributedDS, title={Distributed Degree Splitting, Edge Coloring, and Orientations}, author={Mohsen Ghaffari and Hsin-Hao Su}, booktitle={SODA}, year={2017} }