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8 100 100 Completion Time 500 1 0 0 0 2000 3 0 0 0 7 4 . 5 kept constant, but the time and the coverage are kept constant instead. In more details, the first column (labelled: SRW ct) corresponds to the completion time of the single random walker. The coverage under the TI-Policy and the TD-Policy for the same completion time is shown in the next two columns. The fourth column (labelled: SRW C(L)%) corresponds to the coverage under the single random walker for the completion time of the same row and the first column.
5 9 5 . 4 9 9 . 4 Completion Time 1000 2000 3000 4000 100 3 100 5 800 500 [1000 [2000 13000 14000 111000400 138000420200 Another conclusion is that the completion time under a single random walker is fairly high (in fact it coincides with H). The main conclusion drawn from the results shown in Table 2 (where results under TI-policy are presented) is that the introduction of replicas in the random walk helps reduce the completion time significantly at a generally very small loss (or occasionally no loss or even gain) in coverage.
There are some interesting properties about the L-property and coverage C(L). For example, if for a node the LL-property is satisfied for some L1, then the L2property is also satisfied for any 0 < L1 < L2. If the 0-property is satisfied for some node u, then node u belongs also to the advertising network (u EVa). If the L-property is satisfied for all network nodes, then C(L) = 100%, and vice versa. Furthermore, for any two values of L, 0 < / I 2 < L1, C(L1) > C(L2). , , , , the focus in this paper is mainly on L > 0.