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Efficient distributed algorithms for computing shortest pairs of maximally disjoint paths in communication networks

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1 Author(s)
Rutenburg, V. ; SRI Int., Menlo Park, CA, USA

Distributed algorithms are presented for finding two maximally disjoint paths of minimum total length from each possible source node to a destination, including both node-disjoint and link-disjoint versions of the algorithm. A synchronous algorithm having communication complexity O(|E|log D+||V|D) and time complexity O(|V|W), where |V| and |E| denote the number of nodes and links in G, W is the maximum link length, and D is the depth of a shortest-path spanning tree directed toward the destination, is presented. For the important case W=O(1), the time complexity becomes O(|V|). In this case, the asynchronous algorithm obtained by applying Synchronizer α of B. Awerbuch (1987) has communication complexity O(|E|V|) and time complexity O(|V|). Serial, centralized versions of the algorithms with time complexity O(|E|+|V| log |V|) and space complexity O(|E|) are also presented

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INFOCOM '91. Proceedings. Tenth Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies. Networking in the 90s., IEEE

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7-11 Apr 1991

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