Fast Approximate Distance Queries in Unweighted Graphs Using Bounded Asynchrony

@inproceedings{Fidel2016FastAD,
  title={Fast Approximate Distance Queries in Unweighted Graphs Using Bounded Asynchrony},
  author={Adam Fidel and Francisco Coral-Sabido and Colton Riedel and Nancy M. Amato and Lawrence Rauchwerger},
  booktitle={LCPC},
  year={2016}
}
We introduce a new parallel algorithm for approximate breadth-first ordering of an unweighted graph by using bounded asynchrony to parametrically control both the performance and error of the algorithm. This work is based on the \(k\)-level asynchronous (KLA) paradigm that trades expensive global synchronizations in the level-synchronous model for local synchronizations in the asynchronous model, which may result in redundant work. Instead of correcting errors introduced by asynchrony and… 
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