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The network topology of vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) in a city environment consists of many possible paths and junctions that forms the routing paths. Shortest path routing is not viable because each path has to be populated with vehicles. A scalable multi-hop routing protocol that adapts well to the city environment even with rapidly changing network(More)
The emergence of vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) through inter-vehicle communications (IVC) has promised countless applications that could greatly improve the safety of drivers, ease traffic control and enhance the overall driving experience in the near future. Successful implementations of VANET would require standardized network protocols, secure(More)
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