We have a tendency to think about opportunistic routing in wireless mesh networks. We exploit the inherent diversity of the published nature of wireless by making use of multi-path routing. We tend to gift a unique optimization framework for opportunistic routing based mostly on network utility maximization (NUM) that enables us to derive optimal flow management, routing, scheduling, and rate adaptation schemes, where we use network coding to ease the routing downside. All previous work on NUM assumed uni-forged transmissions; however, the wireless medium is by its nature broadcast and a transmission can be received by multiple nodes. The structure of our design is essentially totally different; this is thanks to the fact that our link rate constraints are outlined per broadcast region instead of links in isolation.
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