By J Rodrigues
Half one appears to be like at delay-tolerant community architectures and systems together with DTN for satellite tv for pc communications and deep-space communications, underwater networks, networks in constructing nations, vehicular networks and emergency communications. half covers delay-tolerant community routing, together with matters akin to congestion keep watch over, naming, addressing and interoperability. half 3 explores companies and functions in delay-tolerant networks, equivalent to net searching, social networking and knowledge streaming. half 4 discusses bettering the functionality, reliability, privateness and safety of delay-tolerant networks. Chapters hide source sharing, simulation and modeling and testbeds.
Reviews the differing kinds of DTN and exhibits how they are often utilized in satellite tv for pc and deep-space communications, vehicular and underwater communications, and through large-scale mess ups Considers the potential of speedy choice and dissemination of pressing messages is taken into account stories the breadth of parts during which DTN is already offering ideas and the clients for its wider adoption
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The analysis is focused on Earth observation satellites, but conclusions are more general. First, the case of a LEO satellite connected to its control centre by means of multiple ground stations is considered. Then the analysis is extended to include also a GEO satellite relay, which is a more innovative but also a more challenging solution for the DTN routing, because of the presence of parallel paths (via ground stations or via GEO relay). As in the GEO case, the analysis is supported by results achieved by means of a testbed running real implementations of both BP and CGR.
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Advances in Delay-tolerant Networks by J Rodrigues