Md. Sharif Hossen

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Delay-Tolerant Networks are used to enable communication in challenging environments where nodes are intermittently connected, and an end-to-end path does not exist all the time between source and destination, e.g., Intermittently Connected Mobile Networks (ICMNs). Therefore, network environments, where the nodes are characterized by opportunistic(More)
In Delay-Tolerant Network (DTN), there exists a lack of direct path from source to destination, and it is also featured by extremely high bit error rate, unwanted delay, limited resource, etc. For such network, we have investigated the effects of buffer size and mobility models on the optimization of the number of message copies for multi-copy routing(More)
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