Tipping the Balance : Towards Fairer Energy Consumption in Groups Connected via Device-to-Device Technologies

@inproceedings{Trifunovic2013TippingTB,
  title={Tipping the Balance : Towards Fairer Energy Consumption in Groups Connected via Device-to-Device Technologies},
  author={Sascha Trifunovic and Andreea Picu and Theus Hossmann},
  year={2013}
}
By using device-to-device communication capabilities of smartphones, opportunistic networks promise to fill the gap of infrastructure-based networks in remote areas, to support communication in disaster and emergency situations, as well as to enable new local social networking applications. Yet, to become feasible in practice and accepted by the users, it is crucial that opportunistic communication is energy-efficient and that the load on mobile phone batteries is evenly or fairly distributed… CONTINUE READING

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