Bart F. Panettieri

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This paper presents an analytical model of a multi-layer (social-communication) network supported with on-the-fly learned and prior social-cognitive features. In this model, routing is formulated in a distributed setting where each node operating with local information only finds the next-hop node, among all social and mobile ad hoc network (MANET)(More)
This paper studies the problem of routing in a multilayer (communication and social) network. Network protocols, such as link state routing and its variants, heavily used in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) cannot sustain robustness and efficiency as the topological information becomes easily stale with fast network dynamics. Attempts to collect and exchange(More)
In mission critical networks, nodes need to communicate with minimum delay and loss. This calls for routing protocols that can quickly and efficiently route the application traffic to their destinations. This paper proposes a distance-based routing protocol, named as Smallworld, which finds efficient routes to target nodes often through a very short chain(More)
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