Optimal timer based selection schemes

Timer-based mechanisms are often used to help a given (sink) node select the best helper node from among many available nodes. In these, a node transmits a packet when its timer expires. The timer value is a monotone non-increasing function of its local suitability metric, which ensures that the best node is the first to transmit and is selected… (More)

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