Counterexamples in distributed detection

@article{Cherikh1992CounterexamplesID,
  title={Counterexamples in distributed detection},
  author={Moula Cherikh and Paul B. Kantor},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory},
  year={1992},
  volume={38},
  pages={162-165}
}
A multihop packet radio network is considered with a single traffic class and given end-to-end transmission requirements. A transmission schedule specifies at each time instant the set of links which are allowed to transmit. The purpose of a schedule is to,prevent interference among transmissions from neighboring links. Given amounts of information are residing initially at a subset of the network nodes and must be delivered to a prespecified set of destination nodes. The transmission schedule… CONTINUE READING
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