delay-tolerant network

delay-tolerant network

A communications network designed to withstand long delays or outages. It is capable of storing packets in intermediate nodes until such time as an end-to-end route can be established. See also disruption-tolerant network.
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A delay-tolerant network (DTN) is an architecture that provides a common method for interconnecting heterogeneous gateways or proxies that employ store-and-forward message routing to overcome communication disruptions [2].
A delay-tolerant network architecture for challenged internets.
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These networks are known as delay-tolerant networks (DTNs), and also disruption-tolerant networks [4].
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