Josiane Nzouonta

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This paper presents a class of routing protocols called road-based using vehicular traffic (RBVT) routing, which outperforms existing routing protocols in city-based vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). RBVT protocols leverage real-time vehicular traffic information to create road-based paths consisting of successions of road intersections that have, with(More)
It was recently shown possible to solve (M+1)^st price single item auctions without revealing absolutely any secret except for the solution. Namely, with vMB-share [2], the seller and the buyer only learn each otherýs identity and learn the selling price for a chosen (M+1)^st pricing scheme. No trusted party is necessary. In this paper we show how(More)
This paper presents STEID, a spatio-temporal emergency information dissemination protocol for vehicular networks. Its main goal is to quickly disseminate traffic alerts about accidents or congestions to every car that passes through an emergency zone during the lifetime of the emergency. To achieve this goal, we propose a hybrid network architecture(More)
Mobile ad hoc networks can be leveraged to provide ubiquitous services capable of acquiring, processing, and sharing real-time information from the physical world. Unlike Internet services, these services have to survive frequent and unpredictable faults such as disconnections, crashes, or users turning off their devices. This paper describes a contextaware(More)
Delivering live multimedia streaming over ad hoc networks can improve coordination on battlefields, assist in disaster recovery operations, and help prevent vehicular traffic accidents. However, ad hoc networks often experience congestion faster than wired networks, leading to high end-to-end delays and jitter even for moderate traffic. This paper describes(More)
The expected duration of multihop paths can be incorporated at different layers in the protocol stack to improve the performance of mobile ad hoc networks. This article presents two discrete-time and discrete-space Markov chain-based methods, DTMC-CA and DTMC-MFT, to estimate the duration of multihop road-based paths in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET).(More)
VANET is most popular network which stands for vehicular ad-hoc network. The researchers make a lot of work in this network. Vehicular Ad hoc Networking is a special case of mobile ad hoc networking which provides communication among the vehicles and between the vehicles and nearby fixed equipments called road side units. In ad-hoc networks, to ensure the(More)
ROAD-BASED ROUTING IN VEHICULAR AD HOC NETWORKS by Josiane Nzouonta-Domgang Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) can provide scalable and cost-effective solutions for applications such as traffic safety, dynamic route planning, and context-aware advertisement using short-range wireless communication. To function properly, these applications require efficient(More)
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