Cooperative information forwarding in vehicular networks subject to channel randomness
This paper investigates the information dissemination process in wireless communication networks formed by vehicles. As vehicles are moving constantly, a vehicular ad-hoc network exhibits a highly-dynamic network topology and a fast-changing radio environment. These distinguishing characteristics result in random and unreliable wireless connections between vehicles. Consequently, vehicles need to work cooperatively to disseminate a piece of information to the destination. This paper analyses...[Show more]
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|Source:||2014 IEEE International Conference on Communications, ICC 2014|
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