Content Download in Vehicular Networks in Presence of Noisy Mobility Prediction

@article{Malandrino2014ContentDI,
  title={Content Download in Vehicular Networks in Presence of Noisy Mobility Prediction},
  author={Francesco Malandrino and Claudio Casetti and Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini and Marco Fiore},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={1007-1021}
}
Bandwidth availability in the cellular backhaul is challenged by ever-increasing demand by mobile users. Vehicular users, in particular, are likely to retrieve large quantities of data, choking the cellular infrastructure along major thoroughfares and in urban areas. It is envisioned that alternative roadside network connectivity can play an important role in offloading the cellular infrastructure. We investigate the effectiveness of vehicular networks in this task, considering that roadside… CONTINUE READING

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