Most routing protocols of delay and disruption tolerant Networking have become popular in disasters areas. However, the nodes’ mobility is limited due to the special requires in disaster scenario. In this paper, a novel mobility-based sinknode-aided routing scheme is proposed with a view to using the scheduled mobility model. Then, the extensive simulations on real traces are conducted in comparison with several existing approaches, including MaxProp, Prophet and so on. Finally, the results show the competitive performance of mobility-based sinknode-aided routing in disaster network, which proves the proposed MSR performs better than the other three existing routing schemes in some way. Therefore, the mobility patterns proposed will definitely play an important role in routing in disaster network.
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The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this article. Research was sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant Number 61272412; Jilin province science and technology development plan Item Number 20120303.
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