Performance analysis of pocket switched network algorithms
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Pocket switch network (PSN) is a type of delay tolerant network which is a suitable process in areas where there is no Internet connection. In a PSN, end-to-end connectivity is not assured. There are several routing protocols available in PSN. This is a new and very attractive research domain. Since its inception PSN has seen various proposals for efficient routing in an infrastructure-less scenarios where human mobility is the only way to transfer information. Our main objective is to develop a new routing protocol which will outperform the existing routing protocols in terms of delivery ratio, latency average, number of forwarded messages, and the number of messages dropped.