Using persistent homology to recover spatial information from encounter traces

@inproceedings{Walker2008UsingPH,
  title={Using persistent homology to recover spatial information from encounter traces},
  author={Brenton D. Walker},
  booktitle={MobiHoc},
  year={2008}
}
In order to better understand human and animal mobility and its potential effects on Mobile Ad-Hoc networks and Delay-Tolerant Networks, many researchers have conducted experiments which collect encounter data. Most analyses of these data have focused on isolated statistical properties such as the distribution of node inter-encounter times and the degree distribution of the connectivity graph. On the other hand, new developments in computational topology, in particular persistent homology… CONTINUE READING

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