Rumor Spreading on Random Regular Graphs and Expanders

@inproceedings{Fountoulakis2010RumorSO,
  title={Rumor Spreading on Random Regular Graphs and Expanders},
  author={Nikolaos Fountoulakis and Konstantinos Panagiotou},
  booktitle={APPROX-RANDOM},
  year={2010}
}
Broadcasting algorithms are important building blocks of distributed systems. In this work we investigate the typical performance of the classical and well-studied push model. Assume that initially one node in a given network holds some piece of information. In each round, every one of the informed nodes chooses independently a neighbor uniformly at random and transmits the message to it. In this paper we consider random networks where each vertex has degree d ≥ 3, i.e., the underlying graph is… CONTINUE READING

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