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Unlike normal wireless ad hoc networks, end-to-end connection may not exist in DTNs Thus, the Message Ferrying (MF) scheme has been proposed as a strategy for providing connectivity in disruption tolerant network(DTN)s, where a set of nodes called ferries are responsible for carrying messages for all nodes in the networks. In such store-and-forward networks, buffers at ferry and regular nodes become critical resources and need to be allocated fairly among different users. In this paper, wedoi:10.1109/milcom.2006.302288 fatcat:xhtewh5v3bekpnboyw2dsvhdjy