An Efficient Patch Dissemination Strategy for Mobile Networks

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Dawei Zhao; Haipeng Peng; Lixiang Li; Yixian Yang; Shudong Li;
(2013)

Mobile phones and personal digital assistants are becoming increasingly important in our daily life since they enable us to access a large variety of ubiquitous services. Mobile networks, formed by the connection of mobile devices following some relationships among mobi... View more
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