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—Broadcast is an efficient and scalable way of transmitting data to an unlimited number of clients that are listening to a channel. Cyclically broadcasting data over the channel is a basic scheduling technique, which is known as flat scheduling. When multiple channels are available, a data allocation technique is needed to assign data to channels.(More)
In this paper, we study the problem of channel assignment for wireless networks modelled as d-dimensional grids. In particular, for d-dimensional square grids, we present optimal assignments that achieve a channel separation of 2 for adjacent stations where the reuse distance is 3 or 4. We also introduce the notion of a colouring schema for d-dimensional(More)
Summary form only given. Broadcast is an efficient and scalable way of transmitting data to an unlimited number of clients that are listening to a channel. Cyclically broadcasting data over the channel is a basic scheduling technique, which is known as flat scheduling. When multiple channels are available, partitioning data among channels in an unbalanced(More)
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