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In this paper, the authors study transmission strategies in multiple-source, multiple-destination wireless networks. Each source is within communication range of its intended destination. However, packets can cause interference at other destinations. The source nodes are first divided into groups, based on the intended destination of their packets. They initially assume that each group operates according to its own local TDMA schedule, independently of the other groups. Their primary performance measure is throughput, which they define to be the average number of packets that are successfully received per intended destination per time slot.
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