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We consider the problem of content distribution to a group of cooperative wireless peer devices that desire the same block of information. The QoS metric is that peers are all required to receive the block by a fixed deadline, with a certain target probability. The block is divided into chunks, which are received via two methods that can be used simultaneously-(i) the B2P (base-station-to-peer) network: each peer has an unreliable, expensive, unicast channel to a cellular base station, and (ii)doi:10.1109/iccchina.2012.6356856 dblp:conf/iccchina/AbediniMSJ12 fatcat:3mutppopxfconceljgk7w7lnxi