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Ad hoc wireless networks are characterized by multi-hop radio communications. The spatial distribution of the nodes is seldom perfectly regular. In particular, in a realistic ad hoc wireless network communication scenario, the nodes are likely to be clustered, i.e., to configure themselves in subgroups such that the nodes inside each subgroup are relatively close to each other with respect to the distance between different subgroups. In this paper, the authors consider a very simple clustering scenario, defined as "Uniformly clustered," which allows to derive a parameterized analytical description.
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