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A ROUTING PROTOCOL AND ROUTING ALGORITHM FOR SPACE COMMUNICATION

@inproceedings{Bantan2007ARP,
  title={A ROUTING PROTOCOL AND ROUTING ALGORITHM FOR SPACE COMMUNICATION},
  author={Nouman Bantan},
  year={2007}
}
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Space OSPF : An Area Hierarchic Routing Protocol for Routers in Motion
TLDR
The paper presents the principal elements of this protocol along with its stability analysis and concludes that the proposed protocol is suitable for building a space communication infrastructure and provides support for intermittent pathways. Expand

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