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Routing data through ad-hoc networks sharing a common resource is a problem of great interest to wireless system designers, particularly as the evolution of the cellular architecture is towards a more decentralized system in which terminals seek to optimize resource allocation, communicating with each other rather than with a central base station directly. In this paper, the authors study such an ad-hoc, packet-based network: their main concern is the efficient routing and scheduling of its data flows, while accounting for physical-layer attributes such as interference, power allocation and achievable rates.
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