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Communication patterns in VANETs
This article collect and categorize envisioned applications from various sources and classify the unique network characteristics of vehicular networks, and proposes five distinct communication patterns that form the basis of almost all VANET applications.
Secure Dynamic Source Routing
- F. Kargl, A. Geiss, S. Schlott, M. Weber
- Computer ScienceProceedings of the 38th Annual Hawaii…
- 3 January 2005
This paper presents the Secure Dynamic Source Routing protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Networks that prevents a lot of potential attacks to these kind of networks and shows that the stated security goals are met using the BAN logic formalism.
A VANET-based emergency vehicle warning system
- Andreas Buchenscheit, F. Schaub, F. Kargl, M. Weber
- Computer ScienceIEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)
- 1 October 2009
This work outlines a comprehensive design of such an emergency vehicle warning system that makes full use of inter-vehicle communication, but also encompasses roadside infrastructure like traffic lights.
Advanced Detection of Selfish or Malicious Nodes in Ad Hoc Networks
This paper presents simulation results that show the negative effects which selfish nodes cause in MANET and presents new detection mechanisms, called activity-based overhearing, iterative probing, and unambiguous probing, that are highly effective and can reliably detect a multitude of selfish behaviors.
A genetic and insertion heuristic algorithm for solving the dynamic ridematching problem with time windows
This paper addresses the dynamic ridematching problem with time windows in dynamic ridesharing with a genetic and insertion heuristic algorithm that can successfully solve the problem by providing answers in real-time and can be easily tuned between response time and solution quality.
P.I.A.N.O.: Faster Piano Learning with Interactive Projection
The results of two user studies show that P.I.A.N.O. supports faster learning, requires significantly less cognitive load, provides better user experience, and increases perceived musical quality compared to sheet music notation and non-projected piano roll notation.
Exploring End User Programming Needs in Home Automation
- Julia Brich, Marcel Walch, Michael Rietzler, M. Weber, F. Schaub
- Computer ScienceACM Trans. Comput. Hum. Interact.
- 27 April 2017
Results show that rule-based notations are sufficient for simple automation tasks but not flexible enough for more complex use cases, which can inform the design of interfaces for smart homes to enable usable real-world home automation for end users.
Transparent Migration of Mobile Agents Using the Java Platform Debugger Architecture
It is shown that developing Java-based mobile agents with a transparent migration can be performed nearly without changing the source code, the byte code or the interpreter.
Bluetooth-based ad-hoc networks for voice transmission
- F. Kargl, Stefan Ribhegge, S. Schlott, M. Weber
- Computer Science36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on…
- 6 January 2003
A new routing protocol called Bluetooth scatternet routing (BSR) is presented that is influenced by other MANET routing protocols but pays special attention to the restrictions of Bluetooth (like number of connections, connection setup times etc.).
Autonomous driving: investigating the feasibility of car-driver handover assistance
The evaluation shows that car-driver handovers prompted by multimodal (auditory and visual) warnings are a promising strategy to compensate for system boundaries of autonomous vehicles.