Degree-Constrained Pyramid SpannersReport
A t-spanner of a pyramid network is a subnetwork in which every two nodes that were connected by an edge in the original pyramid can be connected by a path in the subnetwork with at most I edges. We give several results that present trade-offs between t and the maximum degree of a t - spanner.
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Richards, Dana, and Arthur Liestman. "Degree-Constrained Pyramid Spanners." University of Virginia Dept. of Computer Science Tech Report (1991).
University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science