Self-stabilizing pivot interval routing in general networks


Compact routing protocols are used to reduce the routing table size at the cost of the optimality of the computed (shortest) paths. Interval routing (IR) is a compact routing scheme, where nodes are labeled with unique integers from a continuous range, and the outgoing arcs in every node are labeled with a set of intervals forming a partition of the range… (More)


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