Greedy Extension of Localized Auction Based Protocols for Wireless Actuator Task Assignment

@article{Mezei2012GreedyEO,
  title={Greedy Extension of Localized Auction Based Protocols for Wireless Actuator Task Assignment},
  author={Ivan Mezei and Veljko Malbasa and Ivan Stojmenovic},
  journal={Ad Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={73-85}
}
In this paper we assume that all actuators are mobile and an event was reported to one of the actuators, and a response by one actuator is required. The goal of actuator task assignment is to select the best actuator for responding to a reported event so that communication cost for selecting, and response time for performing the task are minimized. Existing solutions, except those proposed in [3] for robot networks, are usually either centralized, neglecting communication cost, assuming… CONTINUE READING

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