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DEFINITION: A delay-tolerant network is a network designed to operate effectively over extreme distances such as those encountered in space communications or on an interplanetary scale. In such an environment, long latency -- sometimes measured in hours or days -- is inevitable. However, similar problems can also occur over more modest distances when interference is extreme or network resources are severely overburdened.Delay-tolerant  … 

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