Two-way traffic link delay modeling in vehicular networks

@article{Lee2016TwowayTL,
  title={Two-way traffic link delay modeling in vehicular networks},
  author={Jinho Lee and Jae Hoon Jeong and David Hung-Chang Du},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2016},
  volume={110},
  pages={253-265}
}
This paper proposes a modeling of expected link delay (i.e., data delivery delay) on a two-way road segment for carry-and-forward data delivery schemes in vehicular networks. Recently, a lot of vehicles can communicate with each other by dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) for vehicular networking. In the near future, more vehicles will be equipped with DSRC devices because of governmental policies for driving safety. In this paper, we derive a link delay model on a two-way road segment… CONTINUE READING
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