DISTANCE is a three year research project, 2007-2009, funded by the
Academy of Finland.
The project studies generic support for
application-specific functions in intermediate nodes in
Delay-tolerant Networking (DTN) environments. Concrete examples
include the distributed storage and retrieval of contents using hints
from the application as well as opportunistic support for
application-specific routing and forwarding policies.
- M. Pitkänen and J. Ott, Enabling Opportunistic Storage for Mobile DTNs, Journal on Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Elsevier, to appear, 2008 (link)(bib)
- F. Ekman, A. Keränen, J. Karvo and J. Ott, Working Day Movement Model, in MobilityModels'08, 2008, Hong Kong (bib)
- M. Pitkänen, A. Keränen and J. Ott, Message Fragmentation in Opportunistic DTNs, in Proceedings of the Second WoWMoM Workshop on Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications (AOC) 2008, 2008 (bib)
- J. Karvo and J. Ott, Time Scales and Delay-Tolerant Routing Protocols, in Proc. CHANTS'08, 2008, San Francisco, CA, USA (bib)
- M. Pitkänen and J. Ott, Redundancy and distributed caching in mobile DTNs, in Proc. Second ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Mobility in the Evolving Internet Architecture, 2007, Montreal (bib)
- T. Hyyryläinen, T. Kärkkäinen, C. Luo, V. Jaspertas, J. Karvo and J. Ott, Opportunistic Email Distribution and Access in Challenged Heterogeneous Environments, in CHANTS Workshop, 2007 (bib)
- J. Ott and M. Pitkänen, DTN-based Content Storage and Retrieval, in The First IEEE WoWMoM Workshop on Autonomic and Opportunistic Communications (AOC), 2007 (bib)
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