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User-contributed wireless mesh networks are a disruptive technology that may fundamentally change the economics of edge network access and bring the benefits of a computer network infrastructure to local communities at low cost, anywhere in the world. To achieve high throughput despite highly unpredictable and lossy wireless channels, it is essential that such networks take advantage of transmission opportunities wherever they emerge. However, as opportunistic routing departs from thedoi:10.1145/1409944.1409979 dblp:conf/mobicom/WuCZLY08 fatcat:j3dt7e3wmjdutgiduzwxwp5ybe