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A Survey of Routing Protocols for Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks ( VANETs )

  title={A Survey of Routing Protocols for Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks ( VANETs )},
  author={K. Katsaros},
  • K. Katsaros
  • Published 2011
  • The purpose of this paper is to provide a comprehensive study on routing protocols for Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). The characteristics of vehicular communications favour the use of position based routing. Enhancements have been proposed in order to use additional information such as navigation information in the routing decisions to further improve the performance of these protocols. However, positionbased routing is faced with the local-maximum problem for which recovery policies have… CONTINUE READING

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