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pinol2012video


Pablo Piñol, Miguel Martínez, Otoniel López, José Oliver and Manuel Pérez-Malumbres, "Video Transmission Simulations in Vehicular Adhoc Networks," Proceedings of XXIII Jornadas de Paralelismo, Elche, Spain, September 2012.

Abstract

Future Vehicular Adhoc Networks (VANETs) will have to face up with different problems like signal attenuation, packet losses, rapidly varying topology, etc. These will be caused by the inherent characteristics of VANETs, mainly, wireless communications and high velocity of the nodes. On the other hand, video transmission is highly resource demanding both in time constraints and bandwidth. So, transmitting video through VANETs is a challenging task. In this work we present a set of software tools that will allow us to do simulations in order to evaluate video transmission over VANETs in future works.

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Pablo Piñol
Miguel Martínez
Otoniel López
José Oliver
Manuel Pérez-Malumbres

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@inproceedings{pinol2012video,
    author = {Pi{\~{n}}ol, Pablo and Mart{\'{i}}nez, Miguel and L{\'{o}}pez, Otoniel and Oliver, Jos{\'{e}} and P{\'{e}}rez-Malumbres, Manuel},
    title = {{Video Transmission Simulations in Vehicular Adhoc Networks}},
    booktitle = {XXIII Jornadas de Paralelismo},
    year = {2012},
    month = {September},
    address = {Elche, Spain},
   }
   
   

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