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chrysostomou2014contention


C. Chrysostomou, C. Djouvas and L. Lambrinos, "Contention window adaptation for broadcast beaconing in vehicular ad hoc networks," Proceedings of International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC 2014), Aug 2014, pp. 1039-1044.

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Vehicular networking major concern is to effectively support intelligent transportation system applications. For that, robust, adaptive techniques for efficient communication and control between vehicles need to be developed. In this paper, the key issue under investigation is the efficient, intelligent provision of medium access control in vehicular ad hoc networks in the case of broadcast beaconing. A well established option is proposed, for controlling nonlinear systems using linguistic information, by utilizing fuzzy logic control. In particular, an intelligent adaptive controller, based on the traffic density, is built to regulate dynamically the contention window during message broadcasting. Simulation results, on dense and dynamic scenarios, reveal the inbuilt robustness and proficient control of the system provided by the proposed controller. This is in contrast with the conventional, IEEE 802.11p standard, solution we compared against, in terms of channel utilization, latency, collisions, beacon reception rate, and time., beacon inter-arrival

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C. Chrysostomou
C. Djouvas
L. Lambrinos

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@inproceedings{chrysostomou2014contention,
    author = {Chrysostomou, C. and Djouvas, C. and Lambrinos, L.},
    title = {{Contention window adaptation for broadcast beaconing in vehicular ad hoc networks}},
    booktitle = {International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference (IWCMC 2014)},
    pages = {1039-1044},
    keywords = {access protocols;fuzzy control;nonlinear control systems;telecommunication control;telecommunication traffic;vehicular ad hoc networks;IEEE 802.11p standard;adaptive techniques;beacon inter-arrival time;beacon reception rate;broadcast beaconing;channel utilization;contention window adaptation;dense scenario;dynamic scenario;fuzzy logic control;intelligent adaptive controller;intelligent transportation system applications;linguistic information;medium access control;message broadcasting;nonlinear systems;traffic density;vehicular ad hoc networks;vehicular networking;Broadcasting;Fuzzy logic;Media Access Protocol;Pragmatics;Unicast;Vehicle dynamics;Vehicles;broadcast beaconing;contention window;fuzzy logic control;medium access control;vehicular ad hoc networks},
    year = {2014},
    month = {Aug},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    doi = {10.1109/IWCMC.2014.6906498},
   }
   
   

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