Controlling Resource Hogs in Delay-Tolerant Networks

Abstract

Delay tolerant networks (DTNs) are networks whose nodes have low connectivity and/or unreliable links. Because of these characteristics, DTN nodes use a store-carry-and-forward technique to deliver data through the network. Communication over DTN relies on intermediate nodes sharing their resources and can be abused by resource hogs, i.e. individuals who… (More)

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