Optimal Collision/Conflict-Free Distance-2 Coloring in Wireless Synchronous Broadcast/Receive Tree Networks

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This article is on message-passing systems where communication is (a) synchronous and (b) based on the “broadcast/receive” pair of communication operations. “Synchronous” means that time is discrete and appears as a sequence of time slots (or rounds) such that each message is received in the very same round in which it is sent… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICPP.2016.47

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@article{Frey2016OptimalCD, title={Optimal Collision/Conflict-Free Distance-2 Coloring in Wireless Synchronous Broadcast/Receive Tree Networks}, author={Davide Frey and Hicham Lakhlef and Michel Raynal}, journal={2016 45th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP)}, year={2016}, pages={350-359} }