New PDF release: Cognitive vehicular networks

By Anna Maria Vegni, Dharma P. Agrawal

ISBN-10: 1498721923

ISBN-13: 9781498721929

A accomplished textual content on either present and rising components of cognitive vehicular networks, this publication makes a speciality of a brand new category of cellular advert hoc networks. It makes use of a pedagogical procedure using cognitive points utilized to vehicular environments and includes contributions from famous and excessive profile researchers of their respective specialties. The booklet offers major technical and sensible insights on diverse views, ranging from a simple heritage on cognitive radio, interrelated applied sciences, software to vehicular networks, technical demanding situations, and destiny developments.

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17] Y. Shao, C. Liu and J. Wu. Delay tolerant networks in VANETs, chapter Handbook on Vehicular Networks. M. Weigle and S. Olariu, Taylor & Francis. [18] SOCIALNETS. eu. [19] V. Stavroulaki, K. Tsagkaris, M. Logothetis, A. Georgakopolos, P. Demestichas, J. Gebert and M. Filo. An approach for exploiting cognitive radio networking technologies in the future internet. Vehicular Technology Magazine, 2011. [20] S. Stotas and A. Nallanathan. Enhancing the capacity of spectrum sharing cognitive radio networks.

We considered these type of networks and we also treated the Vehicular Networks as a “special” type of ONs. In the context of ONs, it is necessary to improve wireless networking services provision that could play a primary role for data dissemination effectiveness. On the other hand, the CR paradigm has been conceived to address challenges related with a better management of radio spectrum resources, and also to respond to an increased need for wireless networking provisions. The combination of the ONs and the CR paradigm could play a very primary role in the effective management of the spectrum resources, in order to obtain an improved link stability.

The authors outline the importance of the network organization as a key element that impacts on data transfer policies. , node characteristics in Figure 4) directly influence data dissemination technique. A comprehensive approach requires control traffic and in context of such an opportunistic network, where the topology changes occur very frequently, this mechanism can be very expensive. On the other hand, a stateless approach could result in very poor results in the case of event flooding. From the above considerations, it is natural to think about hybrid approaches that make possible the convergence of the advantages coming from these two approaches.

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