Mousavi et al. (2006) presented a distributed one-step deployment (OSD) algo rithm under the assumption of rc 2rs . This algorithm partitions the ROI evenly into two-dimensional square grids, each with edge length 2rs , and instructs sensors to occupy all the grid points. The intuition is that if every grid point is occupied by a sensor, then the entire ROI is fully covered, and meanwhile the sensors form a connected network. In OSD, a breath- rst tree rooted at an elected node is established rst, and a converge process is then initiated by leaf nodes. In the converge process, after receiving a message containing the size of the corresponding subtree from all its children, a node computes the size of the subtree rooted at itself and sends the information to its parent. After the converge process, each node knows the size of each of its subtree. Thereafter, a recursive vertex assignment process starts. Speci cally, the root chooses grid point (0,0) as its own deployment destination and assigns each of its subtrees a subarea with a matching number of grid points. The root of each subtree does the assignment in the same way. This recursive assignment stops when leaf nodes are reached. Finally, each node knows about its designated deployment point and moves there by one step to construct a full
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Introduction The three basic models for using an XSLT process or an XML document with XSLT are described here in terms of XML documents being transformed into viewable HTML, but the paradigms also apply to XML XML transformation for business to business systems. Client side transformation: Ship the XML and the XSLT stylesheet to the client computer and let it do the processing. Server side transformation: Accept requests for XML documents, transform these documents on the server, and ship the result to the client computer. Batch transformation: Process the XML document with the stylesheet at the command line, and accept requests for the result of that transformation. Client side transformation is supported by XSLT processors embedded in browsers, such as MSXML in Internet Explorer or the Transformiix module for Netscape. Client side transformation has the advantage that you can spread the processing overhead onto the client machines. However, it means you are dependent on the client browser dealing correctly with the XSLT. Client side transformation usually means using the xml stylesheet processing instruction at the top of the XML document, which takes the following form:
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A trail is a walk in which each edge is distinct. Note the same node may be revisited more than once. A closed trail is a circuit. A circuit is a nontrivial walk with no repeated edges and whose endpoints are the same. Figure 5.5 has a circuit: a, b, c, d, e, c, a. A cycle is a circuit in which all of the nodes are distinct except the rst and last. See Figures 5.4 and 5.5. The nodes a, c, d, b in Figure 5.4 are a cycle. This cycle could be de ned as (d, b, a, c) or (b, a, c, d) or (c, d, b, a) as well, but there is only a single cycle in this graph. A nondirected walk (or semiwalk) in a digraph is a sequence of one or more nodes {n0, n1, y, nk} and zero or more edges {e10 or e01, e21 or e12, y, ek,k 1 or ek 1,k}. A semiwalk can travel the wrong way on a directed edge. A semipath (or chain) is a semiwalk in which each node is distinct, again with the possible exception of the end nodes. See Figure 5.6. A semicircuit is a nontrivial semiwalk in which the rst and last nodes are the same and no edges are repeated. A semicycle is semicircuit in which the only repeated nodes are the rst and last. See Figure 5.6. A digraph is acyclic if there exists no subgraph that is a cycle. By now most readers are probably wondering how these de nitions are going to be useful. The vocabulary provided by these de nitions is very useful in describing when a graph has the seven unary characteristics (e.g., re exivity, transitivity) from Section 4.3.3. In addition, there are other concepts that will be introduced in this chapter that have general applicability to the engineering of a system, for which this vocabulary will also be useful.
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