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    Title: Equivalent Queueing Petri Net Expression for New Routing Method under RWP Mobility in DTNs
    Authors: Yang, Shih-Yang;Jiang, Jiun-Ting;Chen, Po-Zung
    Keywords: Mobile Ad Hoc networks;queueing petri net;delay tolerant networks;protocol routing;OOPFE;IMT
    Date: 2013-12-01
    Issue Date: 2016-04-22 13:12:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In our previously published study, we have proposed a new routing method, named OOPFE in (Yang et al., 2012) and proposed the basic approach for using QPN to model the routing method under RWP-mobility in DTNs. In this study, not only we model the important features of OOPFE but also propose two different methods to model the same problem. Thus, in addition to note the interesting features in the random distribution. We can select easily method from equivalent methods to simulate. In fully understand QPN analytical tool, we can simulate the future problems which needs performance analysis or solve some problems which is difficult analysis by mathematical method.
    Relation: Information Technology Journal 12(17), pp.3981-3985
    DOI: 10.3923/itj.2013.3981.3985
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