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derder2015target


A. Derder, S. Moussaoui and A. Boualouache, "Target tracking in VANETs using V2V communication with packet load enhancement," Proceedings of 1st International Conference on New Technologies of Information and Communication (NTIC 2015), Mila, Algeria, Nov 2015.

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innovative, The vehicular networks represent an and safety, a promising research area. They contribute in the realization of ITS (intelligent transportation systems) to improve road and services, to provide various and drivers, applications for both and passengers. Several applications require knowledge of vehicle's positions such as target tracking. In a previous work, an approach for tracking exploiting V2I and V2V communication has been proposed. However, during the tracking process, a considerable number of messages are generated, which may have negative impacts on VANETs. To overcome this problem, we propose in this paper an improvement for the basic approach. The aim is to reduce the packet load in the network. We conducted a simulative study to compare between the enhanced approach and one., basic

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A. Derder
S. Moussaoui
A. Boualouache

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@inproceedings{derder2015target,
    author = {Derder, A. and Moussaoui, S. and Boualouache, A.},
    title = {{Target tracking in VANETs using V2V communication with packet load enhancement}},
    booktitle = {1st International Conference on New Technologies of Information and Communication (NTIC 2015)},
    keywords = {intelligent transportation systems;vehicular ad hoc networks;ITS;V2I communication;V2V communication;VANET;intelligent transportation systems;packet load enhancement;road safety;target tracking;vehicular ad hoc networks;Global Positioning System;Monitoring;Roads;Servers;Target tracking;Vehicles;Wireless sensor networks;ITS;Tracking;Vanet},
    year = {2015},
    month = {Nov},
    address = {Mila, Algeria},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    doi = {10.1109/NTIC.2015.7368738},
   }
   
   

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