F2C Routing in Vehicular Delay Tolerant Network
|Mrs. Saranga Bhutada1, Mr. Milind Penuirkar2, Ms. Pratvina Talele3
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There is a lot of ongoing work in the area of DTN research. Because these systems often comprise several tens, hundreds or even thousands of nodes, a real-world test is a very costly and time consuming operation. Most research is carried out using simulators, because it allows for fast and cheap evaluation of protocols and applications in a controllable and reproducible manner. A simulation study uses abstractions (i.e. models) in order to make a judgment on real-world feasibility. This paper proposes controlled flooding based routing algorithms for a VDTN. It is shown that FirstTwoContact and FirstTwoMobileContact routing algorithms improve significantly the delivery probability compared to traditional single copy approach. This paper proposes and simulates the new protocol to maximize delivery ratio.