ALGORITHM 1: Conflict aware

spanning tree algorithm. Input: feasible wireless links set F, racks set R Output: A: The spanning tree; B: The racks in A (1) A = [empty set], B = [empty set] [DELTA] B is the racks covered by A; (2) Tabu list T = [empty set]; (3) while A does not form a spanning tree do (4) if no links available for selection then (5) break; (6) end (7) Randomly select a link l(u, v) from F, where r(u) [member of] B and r(v) [member of] R - B [DELTA] r(u) and r(v) are the racks which setup wireless radio u and v respectively, i.e.

Any

spanning tree algorithm can be used to determine the spanning tree on the mobile graph.

The LET-DG algorithm is a distributed implementation of the maximum

spanning tree algorithm [21] on a weighted network graph with the edge weights modeled as the predicted link expiration time (LET) of the constituent end nodes.

end While return rd-MST ([V.sup.rd], [E.sup.rd]) End The run-time complexity of the rd-MST algorithm is O([absolute value of E] x log [[absolute value of E]) + O([absolute value of V] + [absolute value of E]) = O([absolute value of V] + [absolute value of E] x log [absolute value of E]), where O([absolute value of E] x log [absolute value of E]) is the run-time complexity of the Kruskal's minimum-weight

spanning tree algorithm [8] and O([absolute value of V] + [absolute value of E]) is the run-time complexity of Breadth- First Search [8], both on a graph of [absolute value of V] vertices and [absolute value of E] edges.

LANLine 5220 supports the IEEE

spanning tree algorithm, providing fault tolerance to the network.

Packets also improve the F-heap minimum

spanning tree algorithm, giving the fastest algorithm currently known for this problem.

We will discuss the (i) Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm and its modifications for finding stable paths and bottleneck paths; (ii) Prim's minimum

spanning tree algorithm and its modification for finding all pairs smallest and largest bottleneck paths; (iii) Minimum Steiner tree algorithm to connect a source node to all the receivers of a multicast group; (iv) A node-degree based algorithm to construct an approximate minimum connected dominating set (CDS) for sending information from one node to all other nodes in the network," and (v) Algorithms to find a sequence of link-disjoint, node-disjoint and zone-disjoint multi-path routes in MANETs.

Beginning with a discussion of networking standards and basic hardware and cabling, the work covers topics such as ethernet networking,

spanning tree algorithms, IP protocols such as TCP, UDP and SCTP, address resolutions systems, routing, virtual local networks, IP on PPP connections, network administration, security and flow management.

Nonprojective Dependency Parsing Using

Spanning Tree Algorithms. In Proceedings of the Human Language Technology Conference and Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing.