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How to group wireless nodes together?

@article{Giovanidis2016HowTG,
  title={How to group wireless nodes together?},
  author={Anastasios Giovanidis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1602.03906}
}
This report presents a survey on how to group together in a static way planar nodes, that may belong to a wireless network (ad hoc or cellular). The aim is to identify appropriate methods that could also be applied for Point Processes. Specifically matching pairs and algorithms are initially discussed. Next, specifically for Point Processes, the Nearest Neighbour and Lilypond models are presented. Properties and results for the two models are stated. Original bounds are given for the value of… 

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