Routing in disruptive networks (short and intermittent connections, long delays, no guarantees of a route to the destination, etc.) is a difficult task, and it can be very difficult to find a balance between metrics such as delivery ratio, latency, and network overhead. This project involved implementing the Epidemic Routing Protocol (which is a version of flooding for DTNs) in the DTN2 framework.

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