Black Virus Decontamination in Arbitrary Networks View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

Jie Cai , Paola Flocchini , Nicola Santoro

ABSTRACT

In this paper we investigate the problem of decontaminating a network from the presence of a black virus (BV), a harmful entity capable both of destroying any agent arriving at the site where it resides, and of moving to all the neighbouring sites. This problem integrates in its definition both the harmful aspects of the classical static black hole search problem with the mobility aspects of the classical intruder capture or network decontamination problem. The initial location of the BV is unknown; the critical objective for a team of system agents is to locate and eliminate the BV with the minimum number of network infections and agent casualties. The decontamination process is clearly dangerous for the system agents and for the nodes infected by the spreading of the BV. The problem of black virus decontamination (BVD) has been investigated only for special classes of highly regular network topologies. More... »

PAGES

991-1000

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    New Contributions in Information Systems and Technologies

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    978-3-319-16485-4
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