Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks are networks
characterized by intermittent connectivity and rapid changes in their topology. This paper addresses car-to-road communications
in which vehicles use Access Points (AP) in a Delay Tolerant Network architecture. Results show how the combination of a
Delay-Cooperative ARQ mechanism reduces packet losses and in conjunction with a Carry-and-Forward cooperative mechanism
improves performance parameters in terms of total file transfer delay and number of AP needed to download files.
CitationTrullols, O. [et al.]. A cooperative vehicular network framework. A: IEEE International Conference on Communications. "IEEE International Conference on Communications 2009". Dresden: 2009, p. 1-6.
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