Selfishness as a Virtue in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

Isaac Supeene, Asanga Udugama, René Steinrücken

Using Mobile Ad Hoc Networks as a way to break the dependency of mobile communications on permanent infrastructure has been an active area of research for several years, but only more recently has consideration been given to the economics of a distributed mobile service. In particular, the topic of handling nodes that act selfishly or maliciously has not yet been explored in detail. In this paper, we discuss the SAVMAN strategy for mobile offloading under the rules of the 2013 MANIAC Challenge.

Knowledge Graph



Sign up or login to leave a comment