Xiaonan Yue

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IEEE 802.11 WLANs are becoming more and more popular in homes and urban areas. As compared to traditional WLAN setups (such as in campuses) where knowledgeable network administrators can make centralized decisions on channel selection, access points (APs) in these networks are often deployed by network nonspecialists in an uncoordinated manner, leading to(More)
— IEEE 802.11 WLANs are becoming more and more popular in homes and urban areas. As opposed to traditional WLANs, the access points (APs) in these networks are often deployed by network non-specialists in an uncoordinated manner, leading to unplanned topology, interference and unsatisfactory throughput performance.
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