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K.A. Rahman and K.E. Tepe, "Towards a cross-layer based MAC for smooth V2V and V2I communications for safety applications in DSRC/WAVE based systems," Proceedings of 2014 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, June 2014, pp. 969-973.

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K.A. Rahman
K.E. Tepe

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    author = {Rahman, K.A. and Tepe, K.E.},
    title = {{Towards a cross-layer based MAC for smooth V2V and V2I communications for safety applications in DSRC/WAVE based systems}},
    booktitle = {2014 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium},
    pages = {969-973},
    keywords = {access protocols;radio links;road safety;telecommunication network reliability;vehicular ad hoc networks;wireless channels;DSRC-WAVE based system;IEEE 802.11p MAC protocol;VANET;asymmetric radio link;channel utilization;cross-layer based MAC protocol;information dissemination;mobility related problem;reliability;routing protocol;safety critical information;smooth V2I communication;smooth V2V communication;vehicle to infrastructure communication;vehicle to vehicle communication;vehicular ad hoc network;Markov processes;Media Access Protocol;Mobile communication;Safety;Throughput;Vehicles;DSRC/WAVE systems;IEEE 802.11p;V2I;V2V;VANET;asymmetric radio link;cross-layer;cross-layer extended sliding frame reservation Aloha;mobile hidden station},
    year = {2014},
    month = {June},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    doi = {10.1109/IVS.2014.6856579},

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