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Controlled Replication Based Bubble Rap Routing Algorithm in Delay Tolerant Network

Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 828)

Abstract

Delay-tolerant or opportunistic networks (DTNs) [1, 2] are special types of networks which allow transmission of data where there may be no end to end connection between source and destination. DTNs may lack continuous network connectivity and there may be very large delay in message delivery because of sparse node density. Thus routing in DTNs is a very challenging task because it must handle very long delays, frequent network partitions and resultant inconsistent network topology. Social-based routing approaches have arouse great interest in the context of DTN, where different social characteristics of DTN nodes are used to make better routing decisions. A controlled replication based scheme has been used to improve the performance of Bubble Rap routing algorithm. The proposed algorithm has been tested in both heterogeneous and real world mobility scenarios.

Keywords

Routing Social network Bubble Rap DTN 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringMaulana Azad National Institute of TechnologyBhopalIndia

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