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Title: Cooperative data scheduling via V2V/V2I communications in software-defined vehicular networks
Authors: Liu, K
Lee, VCS
Son, SH
Cao, J 
Zhang, H
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Taylor and Francis
Source: In F Hu (Ed.), Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications : a technical approach, p. 43-74. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis, 2018 How to cite?
Abstract: With recent advances in computing, communication, control, and sensing, vehicular networks are envisioned as a promising paradigm to achieve breakthroughs in transportation safety, efficiency, and sustainability. In particular, efficient data dissemination in vehicular networks is a key enabler for implementing future innovative intelligent transportation systems (ITS), such as intersection control [1], platooning [2], and vehicular localization [3]. However, intrinsic characteristics of vehicular networks including highly dynamic network topology, sparse distribution of infrastructures, high mobility of vehicles, real-time traffic information, and heterogeneous 45wireless communication environments, make it challenging to optimize the utilization of network resources to improve service quality and enhance system scalability.
ISBN: 9781351782326
DOI: 10.1201/9781315201542
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