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producing a minimum number of hops of about jSDj=Rc between source S and destination D. Euclidean stretch factor and dilation can be de ned in a similar way by utilizing Euclidean distance instead of hop count. Xing et al. [6] studied the dilation properties of sensing covered networks by utilizing a known upper bound of the Euclidean stretch factor of Delaunay triangulations (DTs). This well-studied graph structure can be de ned as the twin of the Voronoi diagrams. For a set of n nodes in two-dimensional (2D) space, the Voronoi diagram partitions the plane into n Voronoi regions Vor (U), while each Voronoi region contains all points in the plane that are closest to U (see the face surrounding node F in Fig. 12.2, for instance). The DT can be obtained by connecting each node pair (U, V) that shares a common boundary in the Voronoi diagram (see the dotted lines in Fig. 12.2). It is proved in ref. [6] that the DT is a subgraph of a sensing covered network when the double-range property holds. This result and the known upper bound of the Euclidean stretch factor of DTs is nally used to derive a constant upper bound for the network dilation in a sensing covered network that has the doublerange property. Additionally, it is observed that any DT edge is shorter than 2Rs . Thus, when range ratio Rc/Rs increases, the shortest path found in the DT gets signi cantly longer than the shortest possible path in the complete network, since all edges longer than 2Rs are ignored by the DT. Besides the results based on DT, properties of greedy routing are investigated in ref. [6] as well. It is proved that greedy routing will always nd a routing path between any two nodes if the sensing covered network has a convex network boundary and the double-range property holds. Additionally, the progress made in each routing step is at least Rc 2Rs closer to the destination than the current forwarding node. Furthermore, the latter result is used in order to estimate the quality of the routing path produced by greedy routing. It is observed that in a sensing covered network with the double-range property the path (from source S to destination D) found by greedy routing is always no longer than about jSDj= Rc 2Rs .
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