Review of Data Forwarding Schemes in Mobile Social Network
As mobile devices have become more ubiquitous, mobile users increasingly expect to utilize proximity-based connectivity, e.g., Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, to opportunistically share multimedia content based on their personal preferences. Many practical problems on Mobile networks, such as routing strategies in MANETs, sensor reprogramming in WSNs and worm containment in Online Social Networks (OSNs) share a ubiquitous, yet interesting feature in their organizations: community structure. Knowledge of this structure provides the user not only crucial information about the network principles, but also key insights into designing more effective algorithms for practical problems enabled by mobile networking.
Provided by: Creative Commons Topic: Mobility Date Added: Dec 2014 Format: PDF