Impact of Mobility Models on Supp-Tran Optimized DTN Spray and Wait Routing Protocol

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Provided by: Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
The Delay-Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are networks that support communication between nodes when connectivity is intermittent, due to the difficulties encountered in this type of environment, such as node mobility frequently changing network topology, this which does not allow to route messages directly between the source and destination, the routing algorithms must consider mobility to increase the rate of message delivery. In the authors' previous work of Supp-Tran they examine that spray and wait router was not showing good delivery probability in case of SPMBM mobility model and FIFO forwarding strategy compared to their Supp-Tran strategy.
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