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Folksonomy-based reasoning in opportunistic networks

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Folksonomy-based reasoning in opportunistic networks
Disparate algorithms are being designed to decide certain basic questions in opportunistic networks. This position paper describes a nascent idea that aims to provide a single framework to answer such questions. Inspired by the concept of a generic knowledge plane, we propose to study whether the information embodied in folksonomies can be used to make network decisions in opportunistic networks.
Nishanth R. Sastry
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CONEXT
Authors Nishanth R. Sastry
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