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Overhead reducing information dissemination strategies for opportunistic communications

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7 Author(s)
Simon, V. ; Dept. of Telecommun., Budapest Univ. of Technol. & Econ. (BME), Budapest ; Bacsardi, L. ; Varga, E. ; Csvorics, T.
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We examined the efficiency of information dissemination assuming a disconnected network architecture where highly mobile nodes form the network. The nodes have different limitations, like short battery life and low computing capabilities. We created IOBIO and MIOBIO, two protocols for information dissemination in this environment. In this article we present the results of several simulations - with a simulator created in OMNeT++ to analyze opportunistic communications - to compare the performance of the two information dissemination methods for a given mobility environment. The results give us an insight how to decrease the cost of communication in such networks.

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Mobile Wireless Communications Networks, 2007 9th IFIP International Conference on

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19-21 Sept. 2007

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