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Trace-based Simulation of C2X-Communication using Cellular Networks

Author(s): Norbert Goebel, Markus Koegel, Martin Mauve, Kalman Graffi.
Title: Trace-based Simulation of C2X-Communication using Cellular Networks
Published: 11th Annual Conference on Wireless On-demand Network Systems and Services (WONS 2014) - Special Session on VANETs and ITS3, , pp. 108-115, Obergurgl, Austria, April 2014
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Abstract: Simulation of cellular network communication is complex and typically requires a high degree of knowledge about the underlying network and its parameters. At the same time simulating cellular networks is important for the automotive industry in order to be able to test the feasibility of applications that use car-to-x-communication before performing costly field tests. In this paper we propose a trace-based simulation model derived from real-world measurements. It does not require any information about the network besides information that can be readily measured by a regular user, it is much faster than regular simulation, and it has been validated by comparing simulation results to real world measurements.
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