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Parameter Exploration in Parallel for Dynamic Vehicular Network Efficiency

Hewer, T; Nekovee, M; Coveney, PV; (2009) Parameter Exploration in Parallel for Dynamic Vehicular Network Efficiency. In: 2009 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS. (pp. 16 - 20). IEEE

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Abstract

Vehicles that can communicate with one another Is very desirable for information dissemination, content delivery and safety application. Vehicle manufacturers already use computers and software for engine control and in-car systems, so adding network communication equipment will not be a challenge. The major challenge of producing vehicles which can communicate and share information is the harsh environment that vehicles operate in. Highway environments and velocities allow for only short link times (when two vehicles are in range of one another) and high levels of interference. This results in a requirement to adapt the networking protocols and mechanisms to ensure transmission is possible and useful. In this work we present a simulation system that can be used to model and adapt the network and mobility protocols, and achieve results for analysis of the network efficiency. Using a parallel parameter search methodology that scales to many processors we can simulate larger network and achieve full results in much less time than if it was run on a serial processor.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Parameter Exploration in Parallel for Dynamic Vehicular Network Efficiency
Event:International Conference on Advances in Computational Tools for Engineering Applications
Location:Beirut, LEBANON
Dates:2009-07-15 - 2009-07-17
ISBN-13:978-1-4244-3833-4
Keywords:communication systems, modeling, parallel processing, road transportation communication
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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