1. An apparatus for wireless communication by an access node, comprising:a processor,
memory in electronic communication with the processor; and
instructions stored in the memory and executable by the processor to cause the apparatus to:receive a semi-static resource pattern for a first parent access node and for each additional parent access node of the access node;
receive downlink signaling indicating a resource release for a resource of a first link configured between the first parent access node and the access node;
determine that the resource released on the first link is available on a second link configured between a second parent access node and the access node based at least in part on the semi-static resource pattern;
schedule a parent-controlled resource, corresponding to the resource released on the first link, of a third link configured between the access node and a child access node based at least in part on the resource release for the resource of the first link and the resource released on the first link being available on the second link; and
communicate with the child access node via the parent-controlled resource based at least in part on the scheduling.