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Pure end-to-end error recovery fails as a general solution to optimize throughput when wireless links form parts of the end-to-end path. It can lead to decreased end-to-end throughput, an unfair load on best-effort networks, and a waste of valuable radio resources. Link layer error recovery over wireless links is essential for reliable flows to avoid these problems. We demonstrate this through an analysis of a large set of block erasure traces measured in different real-world radiodoi:10.1145/313451.313513 dblp:conf/mobicom/LudwigKJ99 fatcat:svnbsuequfe5dnliheaa7tm45a