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In a Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) the nodes may behave autonomously deciding on their own whether to implement or not the rules of a routing algorithm. In this paper, the effects of node cooperation (or lack of it) are explored for three well-known routing algorithms proposed for DTNs with respect to the message delivery delay and the transmission overhead incurred until message delivery or the termination of the message spreading process. The results show that the sensitivity of the algorithmsdoi:10.1109/comswa.2007.382571 dblp:conf/comsware/PanagakisVS07 fatcat:v4feemomlrg6vorb7pdgw2dsou