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Abstract or Description

In disaster response, critical data needs to be delivered in a timely manner to enable responders to respond to critical issues as soon as they occur. Mobile ad hoc networks are fundamental in disaster response efforts as existing telecommunications infrastructure is often rendered inaccessible in large scale disasters. Due to the inherent low bandwidth in mobile ad hoc networks, an explosion of data events may cause congestion in mobile ad hoc networks. We present TRIAGE, a framework that leverages sender context information to ensure timely delivery of critical data.


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2011 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops.


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