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32 S. Misra et al. 7 Open Issues The aspects of cooperation is promising in research on DTNs. While several approaches for ensuring cooperation in such networks have been proposed, a few issues still remain there for further explorations. • Energy aspects: As discussed in Sect. 3, there are several attributes on which the nodes in a network could cooperate with each other. The existing works, however, do not investigate if energy of the nodes could be a driving force for cooperation. This is particularly relevant for unattended DTNs or PSNs, where the nodes do not have regular opportunities for recharging.
The performance of CCDTNs would be affected if the nodes exhibit selfish/malicious behaviors. Such behavior could be with respect to the source/destination of the content, or, perhaps, their category. • Human aspects: In PSNs, the mobile devices that communicate, are carried around by their human owners. Saha and Misra  have considered the effects of human intelligence on mission-oriented opportunistic networks (MOONs), which are an extension of the PSNs. It would be interesting to study how, if at all, the human factors affect cooperation in such networks.
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