DTN Routing Optimised by Human Routines: The HURRy Protocol

Abstract : This paper proposes the HURRy (HUman Routines used for Routing) protocol, which infers and benefits from the social behaviour of nodes in disruptive networking environments. HURRy incorporates the contact duration to the information retrieved from historical encounters among neighbours, so that smarter routing decisions can be made. The specification of HURRy is based on the outcomes of a thorough experiment, which highlighted the importance of distinguishing between short and long contacts and deriving mathematical relations in order to optimally prioritize the available routes to a destination. HURRy introduces a novel and more meaningful rating system to evaluate the quality of each contact and overcome the limitations of other routing approaches in social environments.
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Susana Pérez-Sánchez, Jose Cabero, Iñigo Urteaga. DTN Routing Optimised by Human Routines: The HURRy Protocol. 13th International Conference on Wired/Wireless Internet Communication (WWIC), May 2015, Malaga, Spain. pp.299-312, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-22572-2_22⟩. ⟨hal-01728800⟩

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