Re: [dtn-security] dtn-security Digest, Vol 11, Issue 5

jiangxin <shepherd0309@qq.com> Mon, 25 March 2013 04:06 UTC

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could you please tell me how to implement the DTN incentive mechanism on The ONE ? And could you please send me some simulation scripts?




jiangxin

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