ACRCP -Protocol for Delay Tolerant Networks for Effective Green Computing Environment


  • V. Preetha Sri S. Ramaswamy Naidu Memorial College
  • K. Balasubramanian Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education image/svg+xml



Delay Tolerant Network, Green computing, Routing Protocol


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Over the past few decades, numerous quantitative studies on the ecological functions of green plants have been conducted worldwide. Various test methods have been employed under different green conditions to quantify these functions and obtain numerous quantitative values. Concepts such as green area, green coverage, leaf area index, leaf area, green rate, vertical green coverage area, and overall green quantity have been introduced. Delay Tolerant Network (DTN) engineering faces challenges in ensuring end-to-end availability in cloud computing. Consequently, transporting data over such networks is challenging since most Internet applications rely on persistent end-to-end connections. Since the standardization of the DTN architecture, significant research has been dedicated to developing routing protocols for various mobility scenarios, aiming to improve segment delay, delivery, and data delivery ratios.


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Preetha V, Balasubramanian K. ACRCP -Protocol for Delay Tolerant Networks for Effective Green Computing Environment. EAI Endorsed Trans Energy Web [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 28 [cited 2024 Jul. 13];11. Available from: