Self Managed Vehicular Networks: A Survey Paper
- BroadbandCom '09
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- Conference Proceeding
- Selected Papers on the 4th International Conference On Broadband Communication, Information Technology & Biomedical Applications, 2009, pp. 269 - 276
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Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) is focusing on 'smart' vehicles- vehicles equipped with significant computing, communicating and sensing capabilities to provide services to travelers or the goal of providing safety massages in emergencies situations. Vehicular network may also be used for Internet access, interpassengers communications and entertainments. To understand the network behavior as well as to provide a good services to the travelers many issues have to be managed, some of them are: call handover between vehicles in vehicular network, speed Vs capacity, security of call, network topology, and network fragmentation. In this paper we explain these issues and the related work with some new idea to manage the vehicular network.
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