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A list of all pages that have property "Abstract" with value "This paper presents an optimization framework for broadcast power-control, specifically addressed at wireless networking issues arising in implementing information flows for multi-vehicle systems. We formulate an optimization problem for the minimization of an aggregate cost subject to a constraint on a quantity we call the geometric connection robustness, which is a locally computable numerical assessment of the robustness of the an information flow to perturbations in position. Our main result is a location-aided distributed power-control algorithm based on a gradient-like optimization scheme. We also use geometric connection robustness to develop a cheap distributed heuristic for the construction of sparse connected information flow.". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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    • A Constrained Optimization Framework for Wireless Networking in Multi-Vehicle Applications  + (This paper presents an optimization framewThis paper presents an optimization framework for broadcast power-control, specifically addressed</br>at wireless networking issues arising in implementing information flows for multi-vehicle</br>systems. We formulate an optimization problem for the minimization of an aggregate cost subject</br>to a constraint on a quantity we call the geometric connection robustness, which is a locally</br>computable numerical assessment of the robustness of the an information flow to perturbations</br>in position. Our main result is a location-aided distributed power-control algorithm based on</br>a gradient-like optimization scheme. We also use geometric connection robustness to develop a</br>cheap distributed heuristic for the construction of sparse connected information flow.tion of sparse connected information flow.)