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Title: Infrastructure-Assisted Message Dissemination for Supporting Heterogeneous Driving Patterns
Authors: Bingyi Liu;Dongyao Jia;Kejie Lu;Haibo Chen;Rongwei Yang;Jianping Wang;Yvonne Barnard;Libing Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: With the advances of Internet of Things technologies, individual vehicles can now exchange information to improve traffic safety, and some vehicles can further improve safety and efficiency by coordinating their mobility via cooperative driving. To facilitate these applications, many studies have been focused on the design of inter-vehicle message dissemination protocols. However, most existing designs either assume individual driving pattern or consider cooperative driving only. Moreover, few of them fully exploit infrastructures, such as cameras, sensors, and road-side units. In this paper, we address the design of message dissemination that supports heterogeneous driving patterns. Specifically, we first propose an infrastructure-assisted message dissemination framework that can utilize the capability of infrastructures. We then present a novel beacon scheduling algorithm that aims at guaranteeing the timely and reliable delivery of both periodic beacon messages for cooperative driving and event-triggered safety messages for individual driving. To evaluate the performance of the protocol, we develop both theoretical analysis and simulation experiments. Extensive numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed protocol.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/220906
volume: 18
issue: 10
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Title: Infrastructure-Assisted Message Dissemination for Supporting Heterogeneous Driving Patterns
Authors: Bingyi Liu;Dongyao Jia;Kejie Lu;Haibo Chen;Rongwei Yang;Jianping Wang;Yvonne Barnard;Libing Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: With the advances of Internet of Things technologies, individual vehicles can now exchange information to improve traffic safety, and some vehicles can further improve safety and efficiency by coordinating their mobility via cooperative driving. To facilitate these applications, many studies have been focused on the design of inter-vehicle message dissemination protocols. However, most existing designs either assume individual driving pattern or consider cooperative driving only. Moreover, few of them fully exploit infrastructures, such as cameras, sensors, and road-side units. In this paper, we address the design of message dissemination that supports heterogeneous driving patterns. Specifically, we first propose an infrastructure-assisted message dissemination framework that can utilize the capability of infrastructures. We then present a novel beacon scheduling algorithm that aims at guaranteeing the timely and reliable delivery of both periodic beacon messages for cooperative driving and event-triggered safety messages for individual driving. To evaluate the performance of the protocol, we develop both theoretical analysis and simulation experiments. Extensive numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed protocol.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/220906
volume: 18
issue: 10
More Information: 2865,
2876
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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Title: Infrastructure-Assisted Message Dissemination for Supporting Heterogeneous Driving Patterns
Authors: Bingyi Liu;Dongyao Jia;Kejie Lu;Haibo Chen;Rongwei Yang;Jianping Wang;Yvonne Barnard;Libing Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: With the advances of Internet of Things technologies, individual vehicles can now exchange information to improve traffic safety, and some vehicles can further improve safety and efficiency by coordinating their mobility via cooperative driving. To facilitate these applications, many studies have been focused on the design of inter-vehicle message dissemination protocols. However, most existing designs either assume individual driving pattern or consider cooperative driving only. Moreover, few of them fully exploit infrastructures, such as cameras, sensors, and road-side units. In this paper, we address the design of message dissemination that supports heterogeneous driving patterns. Specifically, we first propose an infrastructure-assisted message dissemination framework that can utilize the capability of infrastructures. We then present a novel beacon scheduling algorithm that aims at guaranteeing the timely and reliable delivery of both periodic beacon messages for cooperative driving and event-triggered safety messages for individual driving. To evaluate the performance of the protocol, we develop both theoretical analysis and simulation experiments. Extensive numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed protocol.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/220906
volume: 18
issue: 10
More Information: 2865,
2876
Appears in Collections:2017

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