Browsing by Subject "Flooding"
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Publisher and Date:(2013)Opportunistic networks are challenging types of networks where network connections are imminent. Network topologies are dynamic and can rapidly change. A path between a source node and a destination node may or may not exist the network can be disconnected. This type of behavior observed under opportunistic networks makes classical networking solutions impractical. Thus traditional routing algorithms are not suitable for such networks and will not be useful. Although flooding might be seen as the ...
Publisher and Date:(2010)Opportunistic networks are one of the fast developing research areas in mobile communications. Under opportunistic networks mobile nodes try to communicate with other nodes without any prior information and knowledge about the network topology. Furthermore the network topologies are dynamic and can rapidly change. In addition communication under opportunistic networks can be erratic thus routes between a source node and a destination node sometimes might not exist. These issues would make traditonal ...