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Optimal relay assignment for cooperative communications
Recently, cooperative communications, in the form of keeping each node with a single antenna and having a node exploit a relay node's antenna, is shown to be a promising approach to achieve spatialExpand
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An Optimal Algorithm for Relay Node Assignment in Cooperative Ad Hoc Networks
Recently, cooperative communications, in the form of having each node equipped with a single antenna and exploit spatial diversity via some relay node's antenna, is shown to be a promising approachExpand
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Cooperative Communications in Multi-hop Wireless Networks: Joint Flow Routing and Relay Node Assignment
It has been shown that cooperative communications (CC) have the potential to significantly increase the capacity of wireless networks. However, most of the existing results are limited to single-hopExpand
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How to correctly use the protocol interference model for multi-hop wireless networks
This paper tries to reconcile the tension between physical model and protocol model that have been used to characterize interference relationship in a multi-hop wireless network. The physical modelExpand
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Maximizing Capacity in Multihop Cognitive Radio Networks under the SINR Model
Cognitive radio networks (CRNs) have the potential to utilize spectrum efficiently and are positioned to be the core technology for the next-generation multihop wireless networks. An importantExpand
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On Path Selection and Rate Allocation for Video in Wireless Mesh Networks
Multi-path transport is an important mechanism for supporting video communications in multihop wireless networks. In this paper, we investigate the joint problem of optimal path selection and rateExpand
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Squeezing the most out of interference: An optimization framework for joint interference exploitation and avoidance
There is a growing interest in exploiting interference (rather than avoiding it) to increase network throughput. In particular, the so-called successive interference cancellation (SIC) scheme appearsExpand
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Network Coding in Cooperative Communications: Friend or Foe?
A major benefit of employing network coding (NC) in cooperative communications (CCs) is its ability to reduce time-slot overhead. Such approach is called network-coded CC (or NC-CC). Most of theExpand
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On the capacity of multiuser MIMO networks with interference
Maximizing the total mutual information of multiuser multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems with interference is a challenging problem. In this paper, we consider the power control problem ofExpand
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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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