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S. Zhong, Sprite: A simple, cheat-proof, credit-based system for mobile ad-hoc networks ACKNOWLEDGMENT The presented work was developed within the EEXCESS project funded by the EU FP7 (Grant n. 600601) This work was also partly supported by the program CMIRA2014 Coopera, INFOCOM of the Region Rhone-Alpes, France, and by the project Vinci of the Univ. Franco-Italienne, 2003.