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Title: Social delay-tolerant network routing
Authors: Bigwood, Gregory John
Henderson, Tristan Nicholas Hoang
Bhatti, Saleem Noel
Keywords: QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Issue Date: Jan-2009
Citation: Bigwood , G J , Henderson , T N H & Bhatti , S N 2009 , ' Social delay-tolerant network routing ' Paper presented at 2nd ICC Winter Workshop on Complexity in Social Systems , Lisbon , Portugal , 10/01/09 - 10/01/09 , .
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Abstract: Routing in mobile delay-tolerant networks faces new challenges such as mobility and the dynamic nature of the network. Social network information may be useful for routing since mobile nodes in the same social network may be encountered more often and thus be more successful at message-passing. Collecting this social network information, however, can be challenging. We compare a social network traced from user encounters with a user-declared social network, and show some of the differences between these two networks.
Version: Postprint
Description: Paper presented at the 2nd ICC Winter Workshop on Complexity in Social Systems
Status: Non peer reviewed
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/2019
Type: Conference paper
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