Sanjay S. Dorle

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In Inter-Vehicular Adhoc Network (IVAN) does not have a fixed network topology but is highly dynamic. The topology of the network changes frequently because wireless links are established and broken down due to certain factors such as the velocity of the vehicles, their mobility patterns and their spatial density. These high dynamics also cause very short(More)
VEHICULAR ad hoc networks (VANETs) are the self-configuring networks where the nodes are vehicles (equipped with on-board computers), elements of roadside infrastructure, sensors, and pedestrian personal devices. In the current state of the art in this field there is a need of studies on real outdoor experiments to validate the new VANETs optimizing(More)
In recent years, the number of vehicles has increased dramatically. This causes a high traffic density and makes new security features a crucial point in order to keep the traffic safe. Developing automotive collision warning and avoidance systems will be very effective for reducing fatalities, injuries and associated costs. In order to develop an(More)
In the past, many researchers depend highly on various real life environmental short coverage area networks to analyze the performance of various routing algorithms. Recent ever-increasing interest in vehicular ad hoc network communication (VAC) necessitates vehicular movement performance study via different mobility pattern simulation. Unlike many other(More)