Location oblivious distributed unit disk graph coloring
We present the first location oblivious distributed unit disk graph coloring algorithm having a provable performance ratio of three (i.e. the number of colors used by the algorithm is at most three times the chromatic number of the graph). This is an improvement over the standard sequential coloring algorithm since we present a new lower bound of 10/3 for the worst-case performance ratio of the sequential coloring algorithm. The previous greatest lower bound on the performance ratio of the sequential coloring algorithm was 5/2. Using simulation, we also compare our algorithm with other existing unit disk graph coloring algorithms.
|Approximation algorithms, Coloring, Distributed algorithms, Location oblivious algorithms, Unit disk graph|
|Organisation||School of Computer Science|
Couture, M. (Mathieu), Barbeau, M, Bose, P, Carmi, P. (Paz), & Kranakis, E. (2007). Location oblivious distributed unit disk graph coloring.