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ffi cient COPE Architecture for Network Coding in Multihop Wireless Networks

  title={ffi cient COPE Architecture for Network Coding in Multihop Wireless Networks},
  author={Kaikai Chi and X. Jiang and S. Horiguchi},
Recently, a promising packet forwarding architecture COPE was proposed to essentially improve the throughput of multihop wireless networks, where each network node can intelligently encode multiple packets together and forward them in a single transmission. However, COPE is still in its infancy and has the following limitations: (1) COPE adopts the FIFO packet scheduling and thus does not provide different priorities for different types of packets. (2) COPE simply classifies all packets… Expand

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