The number of telecommunication networks deployed in a dynamic environment is quickly growing. This is true in our everyday life (e.g., smartphones, vehicles, or satellites) as well as in the military context (e.g., dismounted soldiers or swarms of UAVs). Unfortunately, few theoretical tools enable, to date, the study of dynamic networks in a formal and rigorous way. As a result, it is hard and sometimes impossible to guarantee, mathematically, that a given algorithm will reach its objectives… CONTINUE READING