A routing labeling scheme assigns a binary string, called a label, to each node in a network, and chooses a distinct port number from $\{1,\ldots,d\}$ for every edge outgoing from a node of degree $d$. Then, given the labels of $u$ and $w$ and no other information about the network, it should be possible to determine the port number corresponding to the first edge on the shortest path from $u$ to $w$... (read more)

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