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The localization problem for sensor networks is to reconstruct the positions of all of the sensors in a network, given the distances between all pairs of sensors that are within some radius r of each other. In the past few years, many algorithms for solving the localization problem were proposed, without knowing the computational complexity of the problem. Aspnes et al. [24] showed that no polynomial-time algorithm can solve this problem in the worst case, even for sets of distance pairs for which a unique solution exists, unless RP NP. Although the designs of the previous schemes have demonstrated clever engineering ingenuity, and their effectiveness is evaluated through extensive simulations, the focus of these schemes is on algorithmic design, without knowing the fundamental computational complexity of the localization process. In sensor network localization, since only nodes that are within communication range can measure their relative distances, the graphs formed by connecting each pair of nodes that can measure each other s distance are better modeled as unit disk graphs. Such constraints could have the potential of allowing computationally ef cient localization algorithms to be designed. The localization problem considered here is to reconstruct the positions of a set of sensors given the distances between any pair of sensors that are within some unitdisk radius r of each other. Some of the sensors may be beacons, sensors with known positions, but our impossibility results are not affected much by whether beacons are available. To avoid precision issues involving irrational distances, it is assumed that the input to the problem is presented with the distances squared. If we make the further assumption that all sensors have integer coordinates, all distances will be integers as well. For the main result, we consider a decision version of the localization problem, which we call UNIT-DISK GRAPH RECONSTRUCTION. This problem essentially asks if a particular graph with given edge lengths can be physically realized as a unit-disk graph with a given disk radius in two dimensions. The input is a graph G where each edge uv of G is labeled with an integer lu v2 , the square of its length, together with an integer r 2 that is the square of the radius of a unit disk. The output is yes or no, depending on whether there exists a set of points in R2 such that the distance between u and v is lu v whenever uv is an edge in G and exceeds r whenever uv is not an edge in G. The main result, is that UNIT-DISK GRAPH RECONSTRUCTION is NP-hard, based on a reduction from CIRCUIT SATISFIABILITY. The constructed graph for a circuit with m wires has O(m2 ) vertices and O(m2 ) edges, and the number of sol- qr code generator free
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