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Coupled Simulation of Mobile Cellular Networks, Road Traffic and V2X applications using Traces

Author(s): Norbert Goebel, Raphael Bialon, Martin Mauve, Kalman Graffi.
Title: Coupled Simulation of Mobile Cellular Networks, Road Traffic and V2X applications using Traces
Published: IEEE ICC 2016 - Mobile and Wireless Networking Symposium (ICC'16 MWN), , pp. 2875-2881, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 2016
Keyword(s): available data rate, available bandwidth, network simulation, mobile cellular network, vsimrti, coupled simulation, trace-based simulation, v2x communication, v2x application
Abstract: The development and evaluation of Vehicle-to-X (V2X) applications using mobile cellular networks by means of field tests is time consuming and expensive. Simulations can speed up the development and largely reduce evaluation costs. However, due to the complex nature of the network involved, it is quite difficult to be certain that the results obtained using simulation will actually match the observable behaviour in the real world. In this paper, we introduce a novel trace-based simulation environment for V2X applications using mobile cellular networks. It employs real world measurement traces as a basis and thus avoids many uncertainties of other simulation approaches.
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