Towards autonomous vehicular clouds

@article{Olariu2011TowardsAV,
  title={Towards autonomous vehicular clouds},
  author={Stephan Olariu and Mohamed Eltoweissy and Mohamed F. Younis},
  journal={EAI Endorsed Trans. Mobile Communications Applications},
  year={2011},
  volume={1},
  pages={e2}
}
The dawn of the 21 century has seen a growing interest in vehicular networking and its myriad potential applications. The initial view of practitioners and researchers was that radio-equipped vehicles could keep the drivers informed about potential safety risks and increase their awareness of road conditions. The view then expanded to include access to the Internet and associated services. This position paper proposes and promotes a novel and more comprehensive vision namely, that advances in… CONTINUE READING
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