Impact of Human Behavior on Social Opportunistic Forwarding

@article{Junior2015ImpactOH,
  title={Impact of Human Behavior on Social Opportunistic Forwarding},
  author={Waldir Aranha Moreira Junior and Paulo Mendes},
  journal={Ad Hoc Networks},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={293-302}
}
The current Internet design is not capable of supporting communications in environments characterized by very long delays and frequent network partitions. To allow devices to communicate in such environments, delay-tolerant networking solutions have been proposed by exploiting opportunistic message forwarding, with limited expectations of end-to-end connectivity and node resources. Such solutions envision non-traditional communication scenarios, such as disaster areas and development regions… CONTINUE READING
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