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We present a protocol to construct routing backbones in wireless networks composed of selfish participants. Backbones are inherently cooperative, so constructing them in selfish environments is particularly difficult; participants want a backbone to exist (so others relay their packets) but do not want to join the backbone (so they do not have to relay packets for others). We model the wireless backbone as a public good and use impatience as an incentive for cooperation. To determine if anddoi:10.1145/1254882.1254896 dblp:conf/sigmetrics/LeeLGB07 fatcat:yverkfznbne3lkvpj2bvxlexey