Connectivity in inter-vehicle ad hoc networks

  title={Connectivity in inter-vehicle ad hoc networks},
  author={M. M. Artimy and William Robertson and W. Phillips},
  journal={Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering 2004 (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37513)},
  pages={293-298 Vol.1}
A two-stage simulation model is developed to investigate the effects of free flow traffic on connectivity in inter-vehicle ad hoc networks. A traffic microsimulator generates vehicle movement in a multi-lane, unidirectional highway, and a simple network model maintains connectivity graphs between the moving vehicles. The free flow conditions allow vehicles to travel at their maximum velocities, virtually unobstructed by other vehicles because of low vehicle density. We examine some factors that… CONTINUE READING
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