Message Forwarding in Cyclic MobiSpace: The Multi-Copy Case
Source: Florida Atlantic University
A key challenge of message forwarding in Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) is to increase delivery rate and decrease delay and cost. When information for future connectivity is not available, opportunistic routing is preferred in DTNs in which messages are forwarded opportunistic/non-deterministically to nodes with higher delivery probabilities. Many real objects have non-deterministic but cyclic motions; however, few prior research work has investigated a multi-copy opportunistic message forwarding algorithm for DTNs with cyclic mobility patterns. Cyclic MobiSpace is a generalization of DTNs with cyclic mobility patterns.