RADII: A Computationally Affordable Method to Summarize Urban Ray-Tracing Data for VANETs

  title={RADII: A Computationally Affordable Method to Summarize Urban Ray-Tracing Data for VANETs},
  author={Luca Pilosu and Francesco Fileppo and Riccardo Scopigno},
  journal={2011 7th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing},
Vehicular communications critically depend on several simultaneous events, spanning from mobility to protocol mechanisms and wireless, physical phenomena. All of them have been demonstrated to have different but heavy impact on packet statistics. Despite this, only some of them are properly modeled within the available network simulation platforms. Most importantly current protocol simulations do not take into account environmental constraints. Some effects are considered by statistical models… CONTINUE READING


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