Strictly local information corresponds to information that is available to an individual node. In order to tackle the previously mentioned scalability problem, the various mechanisms that decide on gradually better locations (in terms of the overall cost) for the facility and adapt automatically to dynamic network changes were studied. Even though they may not always conclude on the optimal location (non-realistic in any case in highly dynamic environments where the optimal location continuously changes), they allow for overall cost reduction for every movement of the facility compared to the previous location.
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