A CAD Framework for Simulation of Network Level Attack on Platoons

@article{Koley2022ACF,
  title={A CAD Framework for Simulation of Network Level Attack on Platoons},
  author={Ipsita Koley and Sunandan Adhikary and Rohit Rohit and Soumyajit Dey},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.00769}
}
—Recent developments in the smart mobility domain have transformed automobiles into networked transportation agents helping realize new age, large-scale intelligent trans- portation systems (ITS). The motivation behind such networked transportation is to improve road safety as well as traffic efficiency. In this setup, vehicles can share information about their speed and/or acceleration values among themselves and infrastructures can share traffic signal data with them. This enables the connected… 

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