Yevgeni Koucheryavy

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IEEE 802.11p/WAVE (Wireless Access in Vehicular Environments) is an emerging family of standards intended to support wireless access in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs). Broadcasting of data and control packets is expected to be crucial in this environment. Both safety-related and non-safety applications rely on broadcasting for the exchange of data or(More)
Recent advances in wireless communications technology and car industry made it possible to consider wireless Ad-hoc (or mixed Ad-hoc/infrastructure) networks, providing connectivity among vehicles on the road. Such network, often referred to as VANET (Vehicular Ad-hoc Network) is seen to be one of the most valuable concept for improving efficiency and(More)
In vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs) beaconing is one of the core communication modes, which is designed to advertise the presence of a car to its neighborhood. For practical applications the delivery of beacons containing the speed, the direction and the position of a car should be organized both timely and successfully. IEEE 802.11p is the most recent(More)
While operators have finally started to deploy fourth generation broadband technology, many believe it will still be insufficient to meet the anticipated demand in mobile traffic over the coming years. Generally, the natural way to cope with traffic acceleration is to reduce cell size; and this can be done in many ways. The most obvious method is via(More)
Mobile network operators are struggling to handle the rapidly increasing amounts of data traffic on their networks. As a result, 3GPP is currently investigating possible scenarios for device-to-device (D2D) offloading in LTE networks. However, it remains unclear what kinds of gains can be expected from in-band D2D solutions. By comparison, the already(More)
In this paper, we consider a wireless cellular system with an unbounded population of machine-type users. The system provides a number of non-interfering slotted-time channels which users contend for when sending their uplink data packets. We propose a provably stable control procedure for the channel access probability in the sense that it maintains a(More)
This paper presents an analytical model of steady state throughput of the Slow-but-Steady variant of TCP NewReno as a function of loss event rate, average number of segments lost per loss event, average round trip time, and retransmission timeout value. The presented model is based on the approach proposed by Padhye <i>et</i> <i>al.</i> for TCP Reno(More)