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They show 2 Random Graph Models and the Limits of Scalability 21 that although this support can bring an exponential improvement in the capacity, the per node throughput still asymptotically vanishes, although at a much slower rate. Infrastucture-based hybrid scenarios were also considered by Liu  and Toumpis , all pointing in the direction that vanishing throughput remains in effect, given that the infrastructure size is not overwhelming compared to the ad hoc network size. A closely related issue is network connectivity Naturally, to send any message to an arbitrary destination in a static network, a minimum requirement is that the network needs to be connected.
N i=1 n i=1 I A(n) i Pr(Ai(n) ) 2 . 34 A. Farag´o , therefore, we can express Since E I A(n) I A(n) = Pr Ai(n) ∩ A(n) j i j n var 2 n = I A(n) i Ai(n) Pr A(n) j ∩ Pr(Ai(n) ) − i, j≤n i=1 . i=1 Now we are going to use the following claim: Claim 1 i, j≤n lim inf n Pr(Ai(n) ∩ A(n) j ) 2 (n) i≤n Pr(Ai ) ≤ 1. 5) We first show how to prove the theorem using Claim 1 and then we prove Claim 1 itself. Using the expression of the variance, Claim 1 implies n i=1 var lim inf n n i=1 I A(n) i 2 Pr(Ai(n) ) = lim inf Pr Ai(n) ∩ A(n) j i, j≤n n n i=1 Pr(Ai(n) ) 2 −1≤0 and since the above quantity cannot be negative, it is equal to 0.
We can now bound the deviation of η from its expected value via the Chebyshev inequality as Pr (|η − E(η)| > E(η)) ≤ var(η) 2 (E(η))2 where var(η) = E(η2 ) − (E(η))2 is the variance of η and Substituting the expression of η and E(η) yields n n I A(n) − Pr i i=1 n Pr(Ai(n) ) i=1 Pr(Ai(n) ) > i=1 ≤ var 2 > 0 is a constant. n i=1 n i=1 I A(n) i Pr(Ai(n) ) 2 . 34 A. Farag´o , therefore, we can express Since E I A(n) I A(n) = Pr Ai(n) ∩ A(n) j i j n var 2 n = I A(n) i Ai(n) Pr A(n) j ∩ Pr(Ai(n) ) − i, j≤n i=1 .