Max-Util: A Utility-Based Routing Algorithm for a Vehicular Delay Tolerant Network Using Historical Information

Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 44)

Abstract

A vehicular delay tolerant network (VDTN) has emerged as special type of delay tolerant network (DTN), characterized by the non-existence of end-to-end connectivity between different source nodes and destination nodes thereby diminishing the possibility of delivering messages to the destination node. Hence, routing becomes a vital issue in VDTN. In this paper, a utility-based routing algorithm (Max-Util) for a VDTN has been proposed. This algorithm exploits the historical information of a node for computing the utility of a node to take a decision to forward a message among nodes. This history comprises the past encounters of a node with destination and relay nodes, the contact duration between nodes and the remaining buffer size of a node in contact. Our evaluations show that, Max-Util performs better in terms of message delivery ratio, overhead ratio and average delivery latency as compared to some existing DTN routing approaches like PRoPHET and Spray-and-Wait.

Keywords

Vehicular delay tolerant networks Intermittent connectivity Routing Utility Forwarding Flooding 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringVNITNagpurIndia

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