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MaxHopCount: A New Drop Policy to Optimize Messages Delivery Rate in Delay Tolerant Networks

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MaxHopCount: A New Drop Policy to Optimize Messages Delivery Rate in Delay Tolerant Networks
— Communication has become a necessity, not only between every point on the earth, but also on the globe. That includes hard topography, highlands, underwater areas, and also spacecrafts on other planets. However, the classic wired internet cannot be implementedinsuchareas,hence,researchershaveinventedwireless networks. The big challenge for wireless networking nowadays, is maintaining nodes connected in some difficult conditions, such as intermittent connectivity, power failure, and lot of obstacles for the interplanetary networks. In these challenging circumstances, a new networking model arises; it is Delay Tolerant networking which is based on the Store-Carry-and-Forward mechanism. Thus, a node may keep a message in its buffer for long periods of time; until a delivery or forward chance arises then it transmit it to other nodes. One of the big issues that confront this mechanism is the congestion of nodes buffer due to the big number of messages and the limited buffer size. Here,...
Youssef Harrati, Abdelmounaim Abdali
Added 05 Apr 2016
Updated 05 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where IJIMAI
Authors Youssef Harrati, Abdelmounaim Abdali
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