Khadige Abboud

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This paper presents mathematical modeling and analysis for the total delay in disseminating safety messages in a vehicular ad hoc network (VANET). Node clustering can help in managing a large network and improving scalability, thus cluster based broadcasting is considered so as to prevent broadcast storms. Traffic flow theories developed in civil(More)
Vehicle-to-anything (V2X) communications refer to information exchange between a vehicle and various elements of the intelligent transportation system, including other vehicles, pedestrians, Internet gateways, and transport infrastructure (such as traffic lights and signs). The technology has a great potential of enabling a variety of novel applications for(More)
A vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is a promising addition to our future intelligent transportation systems, which supports various safety and infotainment applications. The high node mobility and frequent topology changes in VANETs impose new challenges in maintaining a long-lasting connection between network nodes. As a result, the lifetime of(More)
Node clustering is a potential approach to improve the scalability of networking protocols in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). High relative vehicle mobility and frequent network topology changes inflict new challenges on maintaining stable clusters. As a result, cluster stability is a crucial measure of the efficiency of clustering algorithms for(More)
Node clustering is a potential approach to improve the scalability of networking protocols in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). High relative vehicle mobility and frequent topology changes inflict new challenges on maintaining stable clusters. As a result, cluster stability is a crucial measure of the efficiency of clustering algorithms for VANETs. This(More)
Node clustering is an effective approach to improve scalability of network protocols in wireless communications. In this paper, we analyze the effect of the cluster structure on the average routing overhead for a wireless ad hoc network where nodes are distributed along a line. The cluster size and the overlapping range between clusters that achieve minimum(More)
Node clustering is a potential solution to minimize the control signaling overhead of routing protocols in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). High relative vehicle mobility and frequent network topology changes induce instability to node clusters. Node cluster instability inflicts new challenges on maintaining a long route between network nodes, thus(More)
The emerging paradigm of the Internet of Everything (IoE), along with the increasing demand of Internet services everywhere, results in a remarkable and continuous growth of the global Internet traffic. As a cost-effective Internet access solution, WiFi networks currently generate a major portion of the global Internet traffic. Furthermore, the number of(More)