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The authors study network coding for multi-hop wireless networks. They focus the case of broadcasting, where one source transmits information to all the nodes in the network. Their goal is energy-efficient broadcasting, in other words, to minimize the number of transmissions for broadcasting to the entire network. To achieve this goal, they propose a family of methods that combine the use of network coding and connected dominating sets. They consist in rate selections using connected dominated sets (RAUDS: Rate Adjustment Using Dominating Sets, and a generalized version, MARAUDS).
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