disruption-tolerant network

disruption-tolerant network

A communications network designed to withstand disturbances and outages. See graceful degradation and fault tolerant. See also delay-tolerant network.
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Kravets, "LOCUS: a Location-based data overlay for Disruption-Tolerant Networks," CHANTS '10, ACM Press, pp.
The 190 papers, selected from more than twice that many submissions, consider such topics as an adaptive naive Bayesian classifier for the automatic classification of web pages from massive network data, two-stage obstacle detection based on stereo vision in an unstructured environment, self-organized aggregation based on cockroach behavior in swarm robotics, a piezoelectric ultrasonic clamp for a force feedback arm, a real-time system for detecting anomalies based on streaming technology, and an effective and secure epidemic routing for disruption-tolerant networks.
Features research topics exploring P2P Streaming, Digital Video Distribution over Disruption-Tolerant Networks and Scalable Video on Demand.