Optimizing message delivery in mobile-opportunistic networks

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ISLAM, Muhammad, Marcel WALDVOGEL, 2011. Optimizing message delivery in mobile-opportunistic networks. 2011 Baltic Congress on Future Internet Communications (BCFIC Riga). Riga, Latvia, 16. Feb 2011 - 18. Feb 2011. In: 2011 Baltic Congress on Future Internet and Communications. 2011 Baltic Congress on Future Internet Communications (BCFIC Riga). Riga, Latvia, 16. Feb 2011 - 18. Feb 2011. IEEE, pp. 134-141. ISBN 978-1-4244-8511-6

@inproceedings{Islam2011-02Optim-12591, title={Optimizing message delivery in mobile-opportunistic networks}, year={2011}, doi={10.1109/BCFIC-RIGA.2011.5733212}, isbn={978-1-4244-8511-6}, publisher={IEEE}, booktitle={2011 Baltic Congress on Future Internet and Communications}, pages={134--141}, author={Islam, Muhammad and Waldvogel, Marcel} }

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