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Approximate distributed Bellman-Ford algorithms

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3 Author(s)
Awerbuch, B. ; Dept. of Math., MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA ; Bar-Noy, A. ; Gopal, M.

Routing algorithms based on the distributed Bellman-Ford algorithm (DBF) suffer from exponential message complexity in some scenarios. We propose two modifications to the algorithm which result in a polynomial message complexity without adversely affecting the response time of the algorithm. However, the new algorithms may not compute the shortest path. Instead, the paths computed can be worse than the shortest path by at most a constant factor (<3). We call these algorithms approximate DBF algorithms. The modifications proposed to the original algorithm are very simple and easy to implement. The message complexity of the first algorithm, called the multiplicative approximate DBF, is O(nmlog(nΔ)) where Δ is the maximum length over all edges of an n-nodes m-edges network. The message complexity of the second algorithm, called the additive approximate DBF, is O(δ/Δ nm) where δ is the minimum length over all edges in the network

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 8 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1994

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