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ODCRep: Origin–Destination-Based Content Replication for Vehicular Networks

IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2015

The evolution of vehicular network applications, from simple alert message exchange to more elaborate and sophisticated systems, boosts the need for content delivery solutions. A useful technique, in this case, is content replication, in which strategically selected vehicles replicate content and help in the delivery process. However, content replication is particularly challenging in vehicular networks, due to their special characteristics, ...


Cyber–Physical Control of Road Freight Transport

Proceedings of the IEEE, 2016

Freight transportation is of outmost importance in our society and is continuously increasing. At the same time, transporting goods on roads accounts for about 26% of the total energy consumption and 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union. Despite the influence the transportation system has on our energy consumption and the environment, road transportation is mainly done ...


Leveraging MANET-Based Cooperative Cache Discovery Techniques in VANETs: A Survey and Analysis

IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, 2017

Vehicular networking is an emerging technology that holds the great promise of supporting innovative safety and nonsafety applications. Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) share many of the same challenges that are encountered within more general mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). However, by the very nature of the vehicular environment, each of these challenges may be of greater or lesser significance. ...


Using basic MANET routing algorithms for data dissemination in vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs)

2016 24th Telecommunications Forum (TELFOR), 2016

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) constitute a stimulating research subject for the global research community, as it is arguably considered to play a dominant role in the development of efficient, secure and safe transportation systems. ITS enable rapidly emerging information technologies and novel mobile applications and services in vehicles and transportation infrastructures. The development of inter/intra-vehicle and infrastructure-to- vehicle communication is ...


AODV-based seamless data delivery in the intermittent V2I communication environment

2017 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC), 2017

In this paper, we propose an AODV-based routing mechanism that can provide seamless data delivery service from a streaming server to a vehicle on a highway where road side units (RSUs) are dispersedly placed and the coverage area of each RSU is limited. AODV is an on-demand routing protocol for MANET and does not suit well to this type of ...


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  • ODCRep: Origin–Destination-Based Content Replication for Vehicular Networks

    The evolution of vehicular network applications, from simple alert message exchange to more elaborate and sophisticated systems, boosts the need for content delivery solutions. A useful technique, in this case, is content replication, in which strategically selected vehicles replicate content and help in the delivery process. However, content replication is particularly challenging in vehicular networks, due to their special characteristics, such as highly dynamic topology, diverse density, and large-scale scenarios. Although there has been progress in routing and dissemination solutions for vehicular networks, few studies have concentrated on the content replication problem. To address this issue, we propose an origin-destination-based content replication (ODCRep) solution that focuses on balancing the number of replicas across the application area. Differently from existing solutions, ODCRep relies only on the origin-destination information and uses computationally efficient algorithms. Results from exhaustive simulations show that ODCRep can achieve high coverage, yet can also consume fewer resources than existing solutions.

  • Cyber–Physical Control of Road Freight Transport

    Freight transportation is of outmost importance in our society and is continuously increasing. At the same time, transporting goods on roads accounts for about 26% of the total energy consumption and 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union. Despite the influence the transportation system has on our energy consumption and the environment, road transportation is mainly done by individual long-haulage trucks with no real- time coordination or global optimization. In this paper, we review how modern information and communication technology supports a cyber-physical transportation system architecture with an integrated logistic system coordinating fleets of trucks traveling together in vehicle platoons. From the reduced air drag, platooning trucks traveling close together can save about 10% of their fuel consumption. Utilizing road grade information and vehicle- to-vehicle communication, a safe and fuel-optimized cooperative look-ahead control strategy is implemented on top of the existing cruise controller. By optimizing the interaction between vehicles and platoons of vehicles, it is shown that significant improvements can be achieved. An integrated transport planning and vehicle routing in the fleet management system allows both small and large fleet owners to benefit from the collaboration. A realistic case study with 200 heavy-duty vehicles performing transportation tasks in Sweden is described. Simulations show overall fuel savings at more than 5% thanks to coordinated platoon planning. It is also illustrated how well the proposed cooperative look-ahead controller for heavy-duty vehicle platoons manages to optimize the velocity profiles of the vehicles over a hilly segment of the considered road network.

  • Leveraging MANET-Based Cooperative Cache Discovery Techniques in VANETs: A Survey and Analysis

    Vehicular networking is an emerging technology that holds the great promise of supporting innovative safety and nonsafety applications. Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) share many of the same challenges that are encountered within more general mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). However, by the very nature of the vehicular environment, each of these challenges may be of greater or lesser significance. Communication channel loading and changing network topology tend to be of greater concern. Battery, computing, and memory resource utilization tend to be of lesser concern. Cooperative caching is an approach that has been used extensively within MANETs to address various performance and resource challenges. Applied properly, cooperative caching can significantly reduce overall bandwidth utilization. However, within the vehicular environment, care must be taken to not overly rely on topographical knowledge during cache discovery. In this paper, we develop a unique taxonomy for cache discovery, survey a representative set of MANET-based cooperative caching schemes, and classify the associated cache discovery techniques within the taxonomy. Using this classification, we then highlight the various cache discovery techniques that have been utilized, analyze their potential in addressing the specific challenges that occur when deploying non-safety applications within VANETs, and identify general pitfalls that should be avoided. Future research can utilize the results of this analysis to develop novel cooperative caching schemes that will offer better performance within VANETs when compared to existing MANET-based cooperative caching schemes.

  • Using basic MANET routing algorithms for data dissemination in vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs)

    Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) constitute a stimulating research subject for the global research community, as it is arguably considered to play a dominant role in the development of efficient, secure and safe transportation systems. ITS enable rapidly emerging information technologies and novel mobile applications and services in vehicles and transportation infrastructures. The development of inter/intra-vehicle and infrastructure-to- vehicle communication is one of the most challenging and critical issues for the ITS industry and data dissemination is crucial to the successful development of such systems. In this paper, we attempt to establish a basic framework on how pertinent is the use of some well-known Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) routing algorithms in the analysis of data dissemination in VANETs. The interesting results are confirmed via simulation experiments.

  • AODV-based seamless data delivery in the intermittent V2I communication environment

    In this paper, we propose an AODV-based routing mechanism that can provide seamless data delivery service from a streaming server to a vehicle on a highway where road side units (RSUs) are dispersedly placed and the coverage area of each RSU is limited. AODV is an on-demand routing protocol for MANET and does not suit well to this type of communication environment. Therefore, in this paper, we figure out the way to maintain an AODV route from RSUs to a moving vehicle with supporting the handover between two neighboring RSUs. For the performance evaluation of our proposed mechanism, we carried out the NS-3 based simulations. The effectiveness of our mechanism is shown by the simulation results such as improved packet delivery ratio1.

  • A Novel Clustering Algorithm Based on Mobility for VANET

    As a special form of Mobile Ad hoc NETwork (MANET), vehicles in the network can connect to other vehicles on the road and the Internet, and can provide stable and high-speed wireless data access services for vehicles with high velocity. VANET has become an effective technology and important means to guarantee vehicle safety, provide intelligent traffic management of high-speed data communication and vehicle entertainment. However, the typical characteristics of VANET, including rapidly changing network topology, highly dynamic channel condition and node competition in channel accessing, etc., raise difficulties and challenges on data transmission in VANET. To stress the problem, a cluster algorithm based on vehicle mobility for VANET is proposed, in the proposed algorithm, the object function of cluster head selection is formulated based on the vehicle mobility including position, velocity and packet forwarding capability, the process of the clustering algorithm is also presented. Simulations demonstrate that comparing to previously proposed algorithms, the proposed algorithm offers better performance in terms of packet delivery rate, average transmission delay and total throughput.

  • Comprehensive Study for Localization Techniques in MANET and VANET

    In Ad Hoc Networks, determination of physical location of node is important for many network services and protocol. The process of finding position of node is termed as Localization. For real life applications such as battle fields, emergency rescue, knowledge of physical location of node is important. Localization saves energy of node and routing overhead hence it is of great use while designing routing protocols. Due to such wide scope of Localization in wireless networks, in this paper we aim to have a broad overview of existing Localization techniques under different scenarios in Ad Hoc networks.

  • Performance Evaluation of Mobile Agent-Based Service Collection and Dissemination Scheme Considering Entrance and Exit of Nodes in VANETs

    We have proposed service discovery scheme using mobile agents for mobile ad hoc networks where the network topology frequently changes. In the mobile agent-based service discovery scheme, mobile agents autonomously migrate between nodes in the network, and then mobile agents disseminate and collect service information. In this paper, we configure the network environment where nodes enter and exit in a vehicular ad hoc network, which is one of mobile ad hoc networks. In addition, we evaluate the mobile agent-based service discovery scheme through simulation experiments and show the effectiveness of the scheme in comparison with epidemic routing.

  • A secure hashing technique for k-means based cluster approach in VANET

    The vehicular ad-hoc network is a kind of mobile ad-hoc network which contains mobile nodes on board unit and roadside units by using this three thing this network start communication. Vehicles are communicated to each other, a speed of vehicles are high so that topology of this network changed frequently. One of the main issues of this network is by maintaining the topology of vehicles so that communication between vehicles going too fast, the second issue of vehicles network is security. In this paper we propose a k-means based cluster formation technique by which dynamically we maintain reformation of clusters after that we choose trusted authority as a cluster head so that secure transmission going on. Preventing network by attack we use hashing technique in which vehicle encrypt the data by hash function, the novelty of our proposed work we proof by our results.

  • Experimental Evaluation of Information Dissemination Scheme Based on Autonomous Clustering and P2P Network in VANETs

    Recently, mobile nodes (shortly, nodes) used by users are capable of establishing concurrently cellular (3G/LTE) and short range ad hoc connections have become popular. A vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) consists of vehicles which are equipped with these nodes and they communicate with each other by multi-hop communication. In this paper, we propose an information dissemination scheme based on the autonomous clustering and P2P network to disseminate the information message in the VANET environment. The autonomous clustering is a scheme to divide the network into multiple clusters and manage all nodes in the network. In each cluster, one cluster head that manages the cluster is selected. The proposed information dissemination scheme disseminates the information messages efficiently by combing the short range ad hoc connection of each node and the cellular connection of the cluster heads in the P2P network. In addition, we evaluate the proposed scheme through simulation experiments and confirm the effectiveness of the proposed scheme.



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