Joint Vehicle Tracking and RSU Selection for V2I Communications With Extended Kalman Filter

  title={Joint Vehicle Tracking and RSU Selection for V2I Communications With Extended Kalman Filter},
  author={Jihoon Song and Seong-Hwan Hyun and Jong-Ho Lee and Jeongsik Choi and Seong-Cheol Kim},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
We develop joint vehicle tracking and road side unit (RSU) selection algorithms suitable for vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications. We first design an analytical framework for evaluating vehicle tracking systems based on the extended Kalman filter. A simple, yet effective, metric that quantifies the vehicle tracking performance is derived in terms of the angular derivative of a dominant spatial frequency. Second, an RSU selection algorithm is proposed to select a proper RSU that… 

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