Reliable and Effcient Information Dissemination in Intermittently Connected Vehicular Adhoc Networks

@article{Nekovee2007ReliableAE,
  title={Reliable and Effcient Information Dissemination in Intermittently Connected Vehicular Adhoc Networks},
  author={Maziar Nekovee and B. B. Bogason},
  journal={2007 IEEE 65th Vehicular Technology Conference - VTC2007-Spring},
  year={2007},
  pages={2486-2490}
}
Many applications of vehicular adhoc networks (VANET) to intelligent transportation systems require reliable, bandwidth-efficient dissemination of traffic and road information via adhoc network technology. This is a difficult task since intervehicular networks often lack continuous end-to-end connectivity and are characterised by large variations in node density. In this paper we introduce a new epidemic protocol for information dissemination in highly dynamic and intermittently connected VANET… CONTINUE READING
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