Improving connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks: An analytical study

@article{Yousefi2008ImprovingCI,
  title={Improving connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks: An analytical study},
  author={Saleh Yousefi and Eitan Altman and Rachid El Azouzi and Mahmood Fathy},
  journal={Computer Communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={1653-1659}
}
Connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks may degrade dramatically in sparse traffic and also high speed highways. In this paper we study a way to improve the connectivity by adding some extra nodes with higher transmission range which we call mobile base-stations. These nodes can also offer commercial services (e.g. advertisement, video, audio, etc.) to the vehicles on roads. Besides, the financial profit of those services also depends on a satisfactory connectivity. We use an equivalent M=G=1… CONTINUE READING
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