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The 'super-WiFi' network concept has been proposed for nationwide Internet access in the USA. However, the traditional mains power supply is not necessarily ubiquitous in this large-scale wireless network. Furthermore, the non-uniform geographic distribution of both the based stations and of the teletraffic requires carefully considered user-association. Relying on the rapidly developing energy harvesting techniques, we focus our attention on the sophisticated access point selection strategiesdoi:10.1109/jsac.2016.2621361 fatcat:yo6apvka3vhmjnegrdyqex5uiy