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Systemic Availability and Connectivity in Hard Terrain Environments

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We present analyses concerning the systemic behaviour under an idealised noise and terrain obstacle model. We first show that mobility does not necessarily imporve network performance but actually trade volatility and performance. We then give general systemic behaviour due to stochastic geometry results and conditions to recover connectivity and hedge against volatility. Last, we discuss the topological implication over time in the presence of obstacles.

It is our belief that given understanding of the general behaviour, we can then design probabilistic streaming algorithms which handles uncertainty and incomplete information with at guarantees. Inputs from stream database, multi-sensory fusion, and networking people are highly appreciated.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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