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IEEE INFOCOM Workshops 2009
Many kinds of communication networks, in particular social and opportunistic networks, rely at least partly on on humans to help move data across the network. Human altruistic behavior is an important factor determining the feasibility of such a system. In this paper, we study the impact of different distributions of altruism on the throughput and delay of mobile social communication system. We evaluate the system performance using four experimental human mobility traces with uniform anddoi:10.1109/infcomw.2009.5072186 fatcat:4sj5jvrx75g4td3uk63dlntx74