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Asynchronous diffusion adaptation over networks

This work studies the asynchronous behavior of diffusion adaptation strategies for distributed optimization over networks. Under the assumed model, agents in the network may stop updating their estimates or may stop exchanging information at random times. It is expected that asynchronous behavior degrades performance. The analysis quantifies by how much performance degrades and reveals that the learning rate and the mean-square stability conditions of the network are influenced by the rates of occurrence of the asynchronous events.

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    • EPFL-CONF-233410

    Record created on 2017-12-19, modified on 2018-01-15

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