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On the construction of energy-efficient broadcast and multicast trees in wireless networks
The wireless networking environment presents formidable challenges to the study of broadcasting and multicasting problems. After addressing the characteristics of wireless networks that distinguishExpand
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Energy-Efficient Broadcast and Multicast Trees in Wireless Networks
The wireless networking environment presents formidable challenges to the study of broadcasting and multicasting problems. In this paper we focus on the problem of multicast tree construction, and weExpand
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Algorithms for Energy-Efficient Multicasting in Static Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
In this paper we address the problem of multicasting in ad hoc wireless networks from the viewpoint of energy efficiency. We discuss the impact of the wireless medium on the multicasting problem andExpand
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Energy-Aware Wireless Networking with Directional Antennas: The Case of Session-Based Broadcasting and Multicasting
We consider ad hoc wireless networks that use directional antennas and have limited energy resources. To explore quantitatively the advantage offered by the use of directional antennas over the caseExpand
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Energy-limited wireless networking with directional antennas: the case of session-based multicasting
We consider ad hoc wireless networks that use directional antennas and have limited energy resources. The performance objectives of such networks depend largely on the application. However, a robustExpand
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Resource management in energy-limited, bandwidth-limited, transceiver-limited wireless networks for session-based multicasting
In this paper we consider source-initiated multicast session traffic in an ad hoc wireless network, operating under hard constraints on the available transmission energy as well as on bandwidth andExpand
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On Optimal SINR-Based Scheduling in Multihop Wireless Networks
In this paper, we revisit the problem of determining the minimum-length schedule that satisfies certain traffic demands in a wireless network. Traditional approaches for the determination ofExpand
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Stable throughput tradeoffs in cognitive shared channels with cooperative relaying
This paper addresses fundamental issues in a shared channel where the users have different priority levels. In particular, we characterize the stable-throughput region in a two user cognitive sharedExpand
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Resource-limited energy-efficient wireless multicast of session traffic
Addresses the impact of resource limitations on the operation and performance of the broadcasting and multicasting schemes developed for infrastructureless wireless networks in our earlier studiesExpand
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Effect of Message Transmission Path Diversity on Status Age
This paper focuses on status age, which is a metric for measuring the freshness of a continually updated piece of information (i.e., status) as observed at a remote monitor. In paper, we study aExpand
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