Semantic and Self-Decision Geocast Protocol for Data Dissemination over Vehicle Ad Hoc Network

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Title: Semantic and Self-Decision Geocast Protocol for Data Dissemination over Vehicle Ad Hoc Network
Authors: Alsubaihi, Badr
Date: 2014
Abstract: In this work, we provide a qualitative comparison between existing geocast protocols and then we present an efficient geocast routing protocol for VANET. This protocol is a semantic and self-decision geocast routing protocol for disseminating safety and non-safety information over VANET (SAS-GP). SAS-PG initially executes an algorithm to locally determine the semantic geocast area. Then, the protocol disseminates the information in three phases: Spread, Preserve, and Assurance, which utilize the traffic information system and the digital map. SAS-GP principally employs timer-based techniques in order to avoid overhead and broadcast storm problems; nonetheless, novel factors are enhanced to calculate the timer’s values in each phase. Simulation results demonstrate effective and reliable dissemination in terms of delivery ratio and number of false warnings compared to existing protocols when evaluated in high scale and realistic scenarios. Also, SAS-GP performs faster in notifying vehicles resulting in a higher geocast distance before approaching the location of the event.
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/31783
http://dx.doi.org/10.20381/ruor-6667
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