Effect of Selfish Node Behavior on Efficient Topology Design

@article{Komali2008EffectOS,
  title={Effect of Selfish Node Behavior on Efficient Topology Design},
  author={Ramakant S. Komali and Allen B. MacKenzie and Robert P. Gilles},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={1057-1070}
}
The problem of topology control is to assign per-node transmission power such that the resulting topology is energy efficient and satisfies certain global properties such as connectivity. The conventional approach to achieve these objectives is based on the fundamental assumption that nodes are socially responsible. We examine the following question: if nodes behave in a selfish manner, how does it impact the overall connectivity and energy consumption in the resulting topologies? We pose the… CONTINUE READING
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