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—Mobile P2P networking is an enabling technology for mobile devices to self-organize in an unstructured style and communicate in a peer-to-peer fashion. Due to user mobility and/or the unrestricted switching on/off of the mobile devices, links are intermittently connected and end-to-end paths may not exist, causing routing a very challenging problem.(More)
Pocket switched networks (PSNs) take advantage of human mobility to distribute data. Investigations on real-world trace data indicate that human mobility follows a simple reproducible pattern: a human being usually visits a few places at high frequencies. These most frequently visited places form the home of a node, which is exploited in this paper to(More)
This paper describes a packet scheduling algorithm for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) that meets the proportional fairness principle. Based on the weighted round-robin strategy, the proposed scheduling algorithm allocates a different service quota to different traffic according to the average packet arrival rate. This guarantees proportional fairness in(More)