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Position-Based Routing in Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks

Author(s): Holger Füßler, Martin Mauve, Hannes Hartenstein, Christian Lochert, Dieter Vollmer, Dagmar Herrmann, Walter Franz.
Title: Position-Based Routing in Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks
Published: In Walter Franz, Hannes Hartenstein, Martin Mauve (eds.): Inter-Vehicle-Communications Based on Ad Hoc Networking Principles ---The FleetNet Project, Universitätsverlag Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2005
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Abstract: Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) represent an emergingtopic in wireless communication and networking. VANETs are currentlyreceiving a lot of attention due to their promise of considerablyincreasing safety and comfort while being on the road. High mobility,adverse channel conditions, and market introduction are some of thekey challenges one has to deal with when designing these spontaneousnetworks. Inter-Vehicle-Communications Based on Ad Hoc NetworkingPrinciples covers results and achievements of the FleetNet project, aproject devoted to the design of a vehicular ad hoc network. Coverageincludes: * Synchronization on physical layer * Data link control:reservation-based medium access control * Forwarding strategies foremergency notifications * Position-based routing and forwarding *Implementation of a position-based router * Internet integration *Applications for inter-vehicle-communications * A self-organizedtraffic information system * Location-based messaging for vehicularcommunications
Note: http://www.uvka.de/univerlag/volltexte/2005/89/
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