On selection problem in radio networks

  title={On selection problem in radio networks},
  author={Dariusz R. Kowalski},
A selection problem is among the basic communication primitives in networks. In this problem at most k participating stations have to broadcast successfully their messages. This problem is especially important in packet radio networks, where simultaneous transmissions of many neighbors result in interference among delivered messages. This work focuses on a single-hop radio networks with n-stations, also called a multiple access channel, and considers both static and dynamic versions of the… CONTINUE READING
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