Browsing by Subject "Graph theory"
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Addressing network survivability issues by finding the Kbest paths through a trellis graph
(IEEE, 1997)Due to the increasing reliance of our society on the timely and reliable transfer of large quantities of information (such as voice, data, and video) across high speed communication networks, it is becoming important for ...

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Bond graph based modal decomposition of systems with nonproportional damping
(Affiliation: Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, 75 Kallipoleos Street, Nicosia 1678, CyprusCorrespondence Address: Louca, L.S.Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, 75 Kallipoleos Street, Nicosia 1678, Cyprusemail: lslouca@ucy.ac.cy, 2012)Modal analysis of lumped parameter and continuous dynamic linear systems is extensively used to study their dynamic behavior and controller design. In both cases, a reduction of the model size that does not degrade accuracy ...

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Bond graph based modal representations and model reduction of lumped parameter systems
(Affiliation: Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, 75 Kallipoleos Street, Nicosia 1678, CyprusCorrespondence Address: Louca, L.S.Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, University of Cyprus, 75 Kallipoleos Street, Nicosia 1678, Cyprusemail: lslouca@ucy.ac.cy, 2006)Modal analysis is extensively used to study dynamic behavior of continuous and lumped parameter linear systems. More specifically, modal analysis can be used for the analysis and controller design of dynamic systems. In ...

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Bounds on the number of markings consistent with label observations in petri nets
(2009)In this paper, we consider state estimation in discreteevent systems (DESs) modeled by labeled Petri nets and present upper bounds on the number of system states (or markings) that are consistent with an observed sequence ...

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Brief Announcement: Optimally workcompetitive scheduling for cooperative computing with merging groups
(2002)The development of algorithms with guaranteed work efficiency for any pattern of fragmentations and merges of the underlying network is addressed. Current results are discussed for the abstract setting where asynchronous ...

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CDNs content outsourcing via generalized communities
(2009)Content distribution networks (CDNs) balance costs and quality in services related to content delivery. Devising an efficient content outsourcing policy is crucial since, based on such policies, CDN providers can provide ...

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A clusteringbased prefetching scheme on a Web cache environment
(2008)Web prefetching is an attractive solution to reduce the network resources consumed by Web services as well as the access latencies perceived by Web users. Unlike Web caching, which exploits the temporal locality, Web ...

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Comparison of techniques used for mapping parallel algorithms to messagepassing multiprocessors
(IEEE, 1994)This paper presents a comparison study of popular clustering and mapping heuristics which are used to map taskflow graphs to messagepassing multiprocessors. To this end, we use taskgraphs which are representative of ...

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Complexvalued tapers
(2005)The spectral estimation method based on the average of short, tapered periodograms is reexamined. The bias of such estimators is typically O(1/b2), where b is the length of the short blocks. Much of the current researeh ...

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Complexity of distributed parameter bond graph models
(The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 2014)Modeling metrics and algorithms that assist the development of dynamic system models are essential for efficient use of modeling and simulation in everyday engineering tasks. Various modeling procedures have been proposed ...

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The computational value of joint consistency
(1994)In this paper we investigate the complexity of some recent reconstructions of Reiter's Default Logic using graphtheoretical structures. It turns out that requiring joint consistency of the justification of the applied ...

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Decreased centrality of cortical volume covariance networks in autism spectrum disorders
(2015)Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are a group of neurodevelopmental conditions characterized by atypical structural and functional brain connectivity. Complex network analysis has been mainly used to describe altered ...

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Designs of bisimilar Petri net controllers with fault tolerance capabilities
(2008)This paper proposes an approach for providing tolerance against faults that may compromise the functionality of a given controller modeled by a Petri net. The method is based on embedding the given Petri net controller ...

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Distributed Balancing of Commodity Networks Under Flow Interval Constraints
(2018)We consider networks the nodes of which are interconnected via directed edges, each able to admit a flow (or weight) within a certain interval, with nonnegative end points that correspond to lower and upper flow limits. ...

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Distributed cycle detection and removal
(2018)In this paper, we provide distributed algorithms to detect and remove cycles in a directed relational graph by exploiting the underlying undirected communication graph; the relational graph models a relation among the ...

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Distributed FiniteTime Average Consensus in Digraphs in the Presence of Time Delays
(2015)Most algorithms for distributed averaging only guarantee asymptotic convergence. This paper introduces a distributed protocol that allows nodes to find the exact average of the initial values in a finite and minimum number ...

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Distributed finitetime calculation of node eccentricities, graph radius and graph diameter
(2016)The distributed calculation of node eccentricities, graph radius and graph diameter are fundamental steps to tune network protocols (e.g., setting an adequate timetolive of packets), to select cluster heads, or to execute ...

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Distributed resource coordination in networked systems described by digraphs
(2015)We consider a multicomponent system in which each component can receive/transmit information from/to components in its immediate neighborhood. Communication links between components are not required to be bidirectional, ...

Doctoral Thesis Open Access
Distributed weight balancing in directed topologies
(Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου, Πολυτεχνική Σχολή / University of Cyprus, Faculty of Engineering, 201805)Ένα κατανεμημένο σύστημα ή δίκτυο μπορεί να θεωρηθεί ως ένα σύνολο υποσυστημάτων που μπορούν να μοιράζονται πληροφορίες μέσω διασυνδέσεων, οι οποίες αποτελούν μια κατευθυνόμενη τοπολογία επικοινωνίας. Τα κατανεμημένα ...

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Distributed weight balancing over digraphs
(2014)A weighted digraph is balanced if, for each node, the sum of the weights of the edges outgoing from that node is equal to the sum of the weights of the edges incoming to that node. Weightbalanced digraphs play a key role ...