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Author Bharati, Sailesh

Title Link-layer cooperative communication in vehicular networks / Sailesh Bharati, Weihua Zhuang
Published Cham : Springer, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Wireless networks
Wireless networks (Springer (Firm))
Contents Preface; Contents; Acronyms; Nomenclature; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks; 1.1.1 VANET Applications; 1.1.2 VANET Characteristics; 1.2 Node Cooperation in Wireless Communication; 1.3 Motivation and Research Contributions; 1.4 Outline; References; 2 Background and Literature Review; 2.1 Medium Access Control in VANETs; 2.1.1 IEEE 802.11; 2.1.2 Time Division Multiple Access; 2.2 Link-Layer Cooperation; 2.2.1 Objective and Issues; 2.2.2 Link-Layer Cooperation; 2.2.3 Cooperation for Makeup Transmission; 2.3 Summary; References; 3 System Model
3.1 Network Topology and Communication Among Nodes3.2 Channel Access; 3.3 Time Synchronization Among Vehicles; 3.4 Neighboring Nodes; 3.5 Reservation and Retention of Time Slots; References; 4 Cooperation in ADHOC MAC; 4.1 CAH-MAC Basics; 4.1.1 Frame Information ; 4.1.2 Node Cooperation Mechanism; 4.1.3 Cooperation Header and Cooperation Acknowledgement; 4.2 Preliminaries for the Performance Analysis; 4.2.1 Node Distribution; 4.2.2 Distribution of the Number of Neighboring Nodes; 4.2.3 Transmission During a Time Slot; 4.2.4 Types of Time Slots and Their Distributions
4.2.5 Cooperation Enabled Transmission4.2.5.1 Existence of Potential Helpers (Event 1); 4.2.5.2 Existence of Unreserved Time Slots (Event 2); 4.2.6 Benefits of Cooperation; 4.3 Throughput Analysis; 4.3.1 Expected Number of Successful Time Slots; 4.3.2 Throughput and Throughput Gain; 4.4 Reliability Analysis; 4.4.1 Packet Transmission Delay; 4.4.2 Packet Dropping Rate; 4.5 Numerical Results; 4.6 Summary; References; 5 Enhanced Node Cooperation; 5.1 System Overview; 5.1.1 Channel Model; 5.1.2 Cooperation Collisions and Release of Time Slots; 5.2 Enhanced Cooperative ADHOC MAC
5.2.1 Types of Packet Structure5.2.2 Cooperation Collision Avoidance; 5.3 Utilization of an Unreserved Time Slot; 5.3.1 Distribution of Node Number; 5.3.2 Probability of Event 3; 5.3.3 Probability of Event 4; 5.3.4 Close-Form Expressions for Time Slot Utilization; 5.4 Numerical Results; 5.5 Simulation Results; 5.6 Summary; References; 6 Cooperative Relay Broadcasting; 6.1 System Overview; 6.1.1 Two-State Markov Channel; 6.2 Node Cooperation for Broadcast Service in D-TDMA MAC; 6.3 Optimal Helper Selection with Accurate Channel Information; 6.4 Helper Selection with Channel Prediction
6.4.1 Prediction of Failed and Successful Nodes6.4.2 Cooperation Decisions; 6.4.3 Re-broadcasting of Tagged Packets; 6.5 Simulation Results; 6.6 Summary; References; 7 Conclusions and Future Works; 7.1 Conclusions; 7.2 Open Issues for Further Research; 7.2.1 Enhancing D-TDMA MAC Schemes; 7.2.2 Efficient Channel Prediction for CRB; 7.2.3 Cooperation in Multi-channel MAC; Reference; A Multi-channel Operation in VANETs; A.1 Multi-channel Operations in VANETs; A.2 Multi-channel MAC (MCM) Protocols; A.3 Cooperation in Multi-channel MAC; References; B Parameters in VISSIM Simulation
Summary This book presents link-layer cooperative frameworks to improve transmission reliability and network throughput of distributed TDMA MAC protocols in vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs). The main objective of this book is to present link-layer node cooperation schemes to enhance the link-layer performance of vehicular networks, in terms of reliability and system throughput. The authors present approaches proposed for the medium access control (MAC) and node cooperation in VANETs. The authors also cover cooperative ADHOC MAC for point-to-point communication between a pair of source and destination nodes, and cooperative relay broadcasting for broadcast services in this book. The performance of node cooperation frameworks is evaluated via mathematical analysis and computer simulations, in comparison with distributed TDMA MAC protocols without cooperation. The proposed node cooperation frameworks enhance the performance of distributed TDMA MAC and make it more robust to tackle the dynamic networking conditions in VANETs. Furthermore, with cooperation enabled transmission, the performance of distributed TMDA MAC is more suitable to support the wide range of mobile applications and their strict service requirements which is discussed in this book. The proposed node cooperation schemes and distributed cooperation decisions can be extended to wireless systems other than distributed TDMA MAC, such as cellular communication, for vehicular communications introduced in this book. This book is useful for researchers from academia and industry, as well as advanced level students interested in vehicular communication networks. It is also useful for professionals and engineers developing applications that use cooperative wireless communication systems
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Mobile communication systems.
Vehicular ad hoc networks (Computer networks)
Form Electronic book
Author Zhuang, Weihua.
ISBN 3319587218 (electronic bk.)
9783319587219 (electronic bk.)