Nicolas Cenerario

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This paper focuses on intelligent transportation systems and more precisely on inter-vehicle ad hoc networks. Such networks are highly dynamic due to the movements of the vehicles and the short range of the wireless communications. Thus, for example, we can only rely on short interactions between the vehicles to exchange data about relevant events. We(More)
By exchanging events in a vehicular ad hoc network, drivers can receive interesting information while driving. For example, they can be informed of available parking spaces in their vicinity. Obviously, a suitable protocol is needed to disseminate the events efficiently within the area where they are relevant. Moreover, in such a competitive context where(More)
By exchanging events in a vehicular ad hoc network (VANET), drivers can receive interesting information while driving. For example, they can be informed of available parking spaces in their vicinity. A suitable protocol is needed to disseminate the events efficiently within the area where they are relevant. Moreover, in such a competitive context where each(More)
By exchanging events in a vehicular ad hoc network (VANET), drivers can receive information that allows them to find relevant places (e.g., parking spaces) or avoid dangerous/undesirable situations (e.g., an accident or a traffic jam). However, developing this kind of information services for drivers calls for new data management approaches, such as an(More)
This paper focuses on intelligent transportation systems and, more precisely, on intervehicle ad hoc networks. A vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is a highly dynamic network as the vehicles communicate using short-range wireless communications and can move very quickly. Thus, for example, we can only rely on short interactions between vehicles to exchange(More)
VESPA (Vehicular Event Sharing with a mobile P2P Architecture) 1 is a system for enabling vehicles to share information in vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs). The originality of VESPA is to process and disseminate any type of event (e.g., available parking spaces, accidents, emergency braking, information relative to the coordination of vehicles in(More)
This paper focuses on intelligent transportation systems. Specifically, we look at data management issues in inter-vehicle ad hoc networks. Such networks are highly dynamic due to the movements of the vehicles and the short range of the wireless communications. Thus, for example, we can only rely on short interactions between the vehicles. Consequently, new(More)
By exchanging events in a vehicular ad hoc network, drivers can receive interesting information while driving. For example, they can be informed of available parking spaces in their vicinity. Obviously, a suitable protocol is needed to disseminate the events efficiently within the area where they are relevant. Moreover, in such a competitive context where(More)
Our work focus on data management in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs). Many pieces of information may be exchanged in such networks, for instance to warn drivers when a potentially dangerous event arises (accident, emergency braking, obstacle in the road, etc.) or to try to assist them (available parking spaces, traffic congestions, real-time traffic(More)
VESPA (Vehicular Event Sharing with a mobile P2P Architecture) is a system designed for vehicles to share information in inter-vehicle ad-hoc networks. The originality of VESPA is to support any type of event (e.g., available parking spaces, accidents, emergency brakings, obstacles in the road, information relative to the coordination of vehicles in(More)
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