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duarte2018source


Joao M. Duarte, Torsten Braun and Leandro A. Villas, "Source Mobility in Vehicular Named-Data Networking: An Overview," Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks (AdHocNets 2017), Niagara Falls, Canada, September 2018, pp. 83–93.

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This work investigates the problem of content source mobility in Vehicular Named Data Networking (VNDN). We evaluate through experiments the effects of source mobility on VNDN application performance, we analyze the main approaches already proposed in the literature to address its negative impacts and (FC), propose a new solution. Our proposed solution combines the concepts of Floating Content and caching, Home Repository (HR). FC is an infrastructure-less mechanism that relies on in-network and content replication to support content sharing within a specific geographic region. An HR is a fixed node that can provide requested content objects on behalf of mobile content sources. Our main goal is to propose an efficient solution for source mobility in VNDN, able to provide high application performance and failure, eliminate the weaknesses of existing approaches such as single points of and medium., high overhead in the wireless communication

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Joao M. Duarte
Torsten Braun
Leandro A. Villas

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@inproceedings{duarte2018source,
    author = {Duarte, Joao M. and Braun, Torsten and Villas, Leandro A.},
    title = {{Source Mobility in Vehicular Named-Data Networking: An Overview}},
    booktitle = {9th International Conference on Ad Hoc Networks (AdHocNets 2017)},
    pages = {83{--}93},
    year = {2018},
    month = {September},
    address = {Niagara Falls, Canada},
    publisher = {Springer},
    doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-74439-1_8},
   }
   
   

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