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This paper studies the probability of packets being successfully received by vehicles (packet success probability) for chains of vehicles on a highway by taking multi-user interference, path loss, and fading into account. Our simulation results compare two scenarios, the case in which vehicles follow Poisson distribution and the case when the distance(More)
—Every year, many people are killed and injured in highway traffic accidents. In order to reduce such casualties, collisions warning systems has been studied extensively. These systems are built by taking the driver reaction times into account. However, most of the existing literature focuses on characterizing how driver reaction times vary across an entire(More)
This paper studies the need for individualizing vehicular communications in order to improve collision warning systems for a highway scenario. By relating the traffic-based and communications studies, we aim at reducing highway traffic accidents. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first paper that shows how to customize vehicular communications to(More)
Adapting the functioning of the collision warning systems to the specific drivers' characteristics is of great benefit to drivers. For example, by customizing collision warning algorithms we can minimize false alarms, thereby reducing injuries and deaths in highway traffic accidents. In order to take the behaviors of individual drivers into account, the(More)
This paper studies the probability of packets being successfully delivered to their intended receivers (vehicles) on a highway by taking multi-user interference, path loss, and fading into account. This probability affects the efficiency of V2V communications for safety purposes in vehicular networks. The presented mathematical framework can be employed in(More)
This paper studies the need for individualizing vehicular communications in order to improve safety for a highway scenario. Adapting a vehicular ad hoc network to both its individual driver’s characteristic and traffic conditions enables it to transmit in a smart manner to other vehicles. This radical improvement is now possible due to the progress that is(More)
This paper discusses the need for individualizing safety systems and proposes an approach including the RealTime estimation of the distribution of brake response times for an individual driver. In order to improve the safety, the accident warning system should send “tailored” responses to the driver. This method could be the first step to show that safety(More)
—This paper discusses the need for individualizing safety systems and proposes an approach including the Real-Time estimation of the distribution of brake response times for an individual driver. While maintaining high level of safety, the collision warning system should send " tailored " responses to the driver. This method could be the first step to show(More)
The vehicle population increases daily which leads towards accidents. So to overcome this issue, Vehicular Ad Hoc Network has come with lot of ideas such as vehicular communication, traffic controlling and navigation. In this project, we are focusing on accident prevention and traffic signal control for ambulance and normal vehicles. To do this, we have(More)
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