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## Probabilistic delay control and roadside unit placement for vehicular ad hoc networks with disrupted connectivity

Venue: | IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications |

Citations: | 32 - 1 self |

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Characterizing Superposition Arrival Processes in Packet Multiplexer for Voice and Data
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Citation Context ...off time of 1/βoj , which is given by 1 βoj ≈ (1 − ρj) (E[Ton] + E[Toff ]) . (21) C. Characterization of Arrival Process Aj(t) In order to characterize Aj(t), j ∈ {2, . . . ,M}, we use the results of =-=[23]-=- to approximate the superposition of the on-off exponential departure process and a local on-off exponential traffic arrival process at a certain hop with an equivalent onoff exponential arrival proce... |

232 | Effective bandwidths for multiclass Markov fluids and other ATM sources
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Citation Context ...(27) which leads to ρj = jρ1, ∀j ∈ {2, . . . ,M − 1}. (28) D. Solving for Dmax Finally, we solve (3) using the effective bandwidth of the traffic input process at each hop j ∈ {1, . . . ,M}, given by =-=[24]-=- ηbj(x) =( Rij 2 − βij+αij2x ) + √[ Rij 2 − βij+αij2x ]2 + βijRijx (29) and the effective capacity equation [20] [24] ηcj(x) = −max m Λm ( Q̄j − xΦj ) x (30) where Q̄j is the transition rate matrix fo... |

192 | Effective capacity: A wireless link model for support of quality of service
- Wu, Negi
- 2003
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Citation Context ...el service in order to satisfy (2). However, the channel service at every hop changes randomly since it goes to zero for a random disruption time. The effective capacity concept has been developed in =-=[20]-=- as the dual of the effective bandwidth theory when the channel rate varies randomly. In this concept, a source with a deterministic packet arrival rate should limit its data rate to a certain maximum... |

156 |
Broadband Integrated Networks
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Citation Context ... corresponding delay at a node can be bounded exponentially for different stochastic traffic types, if an amount of bandwidth equal to the effective bandwidth of the source is provided by the channel =-=[19]-=-. In order to solve for Dmax, the summed terms in (2) satisfy Pr(dj > djm) ≤ e−θjdjm = ε M , ∀j = 1, . . . ,M (3) where djm is the delay bound at hop j that can be exceeded with a probability of at mo... |

138 | The message delay in mobile ad hoc networks
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Citation Context ...he network configuration. in the literature that are related to disrupted connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks focus on connectivity analysis [1] [2] [3] and average message delay evaluation [2] =-=[4]-=-. Wu et al. in [10] present two analytical models to study spatial propagation of information for one and two lane straight roads, without consideration of bandwidth constraints and data traffic chara... |

42 | An information propagation scheme for VANETs - Little, Agarwal - 2005 |

26 | The feasibility of information dissemination in vehicular ad-hoc networks
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Citation Context ...hicle to an RSU is also calculated. However, no study about packet delivery delay is provided. The feasibility of information dissemination using stationary supporting units (SSUs) is investigated in =-=[12]-=- mainly based on computer simulations, while the vehicle-to-RSU delivery delay is not addressed. In comparison, our work is novel in two aspects. First, it focuses on the delay analysis of vehicle-to-... |

21 |
A Performance Modeling of Connectivity in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
- Khabazian, Ali
- 2008
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Citation Context ...w applications for drivers and passengers in the vehicles. Therefore, vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) recently have started to attract attention from many researchers in both industry and academia =-=[1]-=-- [6]. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States has allocated 5.850− 5.925 GHz band to promote wireless communications for safe and efficient highways. This band is planned to ... |

14 |
Spa- tial Propagation of Information in Vehicular Networks
- Wu, Fujimoto, et al.
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Citation Context ...ration. in the literature that are related to disrupted connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks focus on connectivity analysis [1] [2] [3] and average message delay evaluation [2] [4]. Wu et al. in =-=[10]-=- present two analytical models to study spatial propagation of information for one and two lane straight roads, without consideration of bandwidth constraints and data traffic characteristics. In [11]... |

13 | Analytical Model for Message Propagation in Delay Tolerant Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
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- 2008
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Citation Context ...ehicles Fixed RSU 2G Fig. 1. An illustration of the network configuration. in the literature that are related to disrupted connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks focus on connectivity analysis [1] =-=[2]-=- [3] and average message delay evaluation [2] [4]. Wu et al. in [10] present two analytical models to study spatial propagation of information for one and two lane straight roads, without consideratio... |

13 | Effective capacity-based quality of service measures for wireless networks
- Wu, Negi
- 2006
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Citation Context ... service process Sj(t), the source rate (if fixed) should be limited to the channel effective capacity ηcj(θj) given by ηcj(θj) = − lim t→∞ 1 t 1 θj logE[e−θjSj(t)], ∀θj > 0. (6) It has been shown in =-=[21]-=- that, if both the traffic source rate and the channel capacity are time varying (which is our case), the effective bandwidth of the source should be equal to the effective capacity of the channel, in... |

12 |
DCS: An efficient distributed certificate service scheme for vehicular networks
- Wasef, Jiang, et al.
- 2010
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Citation Context ...lications for drivers and passengers in the vehicles. Therefore, vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) recently have started to attract attention from many researchers in both industry and academia [1]- =-=[6]-=-. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States has allocated 5.850− 5.925 GHz band to promote wireless communications for safe and efficient highways. This band is planned to be us... |

11 |
Stochastic delay guarantees and statistical call admission control for IEEE 802.11 single-hop ad hoc networks
- Abdrabou, Zhuang
- 2008
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Citation Context ...As a result, we assume a deterministic packet service time because the amount of randomness in packet service time due to the backoff procedure can be ignored with respect to packet transmission time =-=[15]-=-. In this research, the accuracy of our analysis is limited to sparse vehicular ad hoc networks, where average inter-vehicle distance is higher than the coverage range of an RSU, and it is unlikely to... |

8 |
Improving connectivity in vehicular ad-hoc networks: An analytical study
- Yousefi, Altman, et al.
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Citation Context ...[10] present two analytical models to study spatial propagation of information for one and two lane straight roads, without consideration of bandwidth constraints and data traffic characteristics. In =-=[11]-=-, Yousefi et al. analyze the probability of connectivity to RSUs. The average length of a connected path from any given vehicle to an RSU is also calculated. However, no study about packet delivery de... |

7 |
Connectivity Requirements for Self-Organizing Traffic Information Systems
- Panichpapiboon, Pattara-atikom
- 2008
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Citation Context ...les Fixed RSU 2G Fig. 1. An illustration of the network configuration. in the literature that are related to disrupted connectivity in vehicular ad hoc networks focus on connectivity analysis [1] [2] =-=[3]-=- and average message delay evaluation [2] [4]. Wu et al. in [10] present two analytical models to study spatial propagation of information for one and two lane straight roads, without consideration of... |

7 | EDR: Efficient decentralized revocation protocol for vehicular ad hoc networks - Wasef, Shen - 2009 |

4 |
On a stochastic delay bound for disrupted vehicle-to-infrastructure communication with random traffic
- Abdrabou, Zhuang
- 2009
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Citation Context ... distance between adjacent RSUs that guarantees a required maximum vehicle-to-RSU data packet delivery delay with a certain pre-determined delay violation probability (based on the application needs) =-=[9]-=-. We also investigate, by the aid of our analytical framework, the effect of vehicle density, transmission range, and speed difference on the end-to-end packet delivery delay when vehicles are allowed... |

4 |
Routing in sparse vehicular ad hoc networks
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Citation Context ...he vehicle itself [16]. In addition, if we make vL very close or equal to vH , the model approaches a constant speed model, which is adopted by other researchers [10] [17]. It is reported in [16] and =-=[18]-=- that the time headway and the distance headway between vehicles in a low vehicle density case can be modeled by the exponential distribution. In Figure 2, we show by ns-2 simulations (using the ns-2 ... |

4 | the Effective Bandwidth of Arbitrary on/off Sources
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Citation Context ...SM (t) > 0 and the off state corresponds to SM (t) = 0. Both the on and off times follow a general distribution. We evaluate the effective capacity of the channel at the last hop using the results in =-=[22]-=-, which indicate that an approximation to the effective bandwidth of an on-off general traffic source can be obtained by the effective bandwidth of an exponential on-off source that has the same avera... |

3 |
Traffic flow fundamentals,Prentice
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Citation Context ... an exponential distribution (which has the memoryless property) for T in order to model the driving behavior. At a low vehicle density condition (vehicle density not larger than 12 vehicle/mile/lane =-=[16]-=-), vehicles can be considered to move independently [16]. The mobility model is generic and configurable in terms of vehicle speed. For instance, by changing the rate of transition from vL to vH and v... |

1 |
A First Course in Stochastic Models, 3rd ed
- Tijms
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Citation Context ... the same and denoted by G. Vehicles are distributed as Poisson points over the road segment. That is, given that there are k vehicles, they are independent and uniformly distributed over a initially =-=[13]-=-. Following the same approach as in [14], it can be proved that the proposed mobility model (described in Section II-C) approximately preserves the uniform distribution of the vehicles as the time goe... |