Distance-Based Opportunistic Mobile Data Offloading
AbstractCellular network data traffic can be offload onto opportunistic networks. This paper proposes a Distance-based Opportunistic Publish/Subscribe (DOPS) content dissemination model, which is composed of three layers: application layer, decision-making layer and network layer. When a user wants new content, he/she subscribes on a subscribing server. Users having the contents decide whether to deliver the contents to the subscriber based on the distance information. If in the meantime a content owner has traveled further in the immediate past time than the distance between the owner and the subscriber, the content owner will send the content to the subscriber through opportunistic routing. Simulations provide an evaluation of the data traffic offloading efficiency of DOPS. View Full-Text
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Lu, X.; Lio, P.; Hui, P. Distance-Based Opportunistic Mobile Data Offloading. Sensors 2016, 16, 878.
Lu X, Lio P, Hui P. Distance-Based Opportunistic Mobile Data Offloading. Sensors. 2016; 16(6):878.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lu, Xiaofeng; Lio, Pietro; Hui, Pan. 2016. "Distance-Based Opportunistic Mobile Data Offloading." Sensors 16, no. 6: 878.
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