Cooperative Certificate Revocation List Distribution Methods in VANETs

@inproceedings{Nowatkowski2009CooperativeCR,
  title={Cooperative Certificate Revocation List Distribution Methods in VANETs},
  author={Michael Nowatkowski and Chris McManus and Jennie Wolfgang and Henry L. Owen},
  booktitle={ADHOCNETS},
  year={2009}
}
This paper discusses two new methods for distributing certificate revocation lists (CRL) in a vehicular ad hoc network environment using cooperative methods. The main purpose for using cooperative methods is to attempt to reduce the number of collisions in the dedicated short range communication (DSRC) broadcast environment. The reduced number of collisions will increase the effective throughput of the medium. The first method uses a polling scheme to determine which nodes possess the most… 
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