Liu, Ji; Mou, Shaoshuai; Morse, A Stephen; Anderson, Brian; Yu, Changbin (Brad)
For the purposes of this paper, gossiping is a distributed process whose purpose is to enable the members of a group of autonomous agents to asymptotically determine, in a decentralized manner, the average of the initial values of their scalar gossip variables. This paper discusses several different deterministic protocols for gossiping which avoid deadlocks and achieve consensus under different assumptions. First considered is $T$- periodic gossiping which is a gossiping protocol which...[Show more]
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