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Intelligent Transportation Systems

802.11-based Vehicular Communications

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiv
  2. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 1-17
  3. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 19-41
  4. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 43-67
  5. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 69-86
  6. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 87-110
  7. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 111-123
  8. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 125-143
  9. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 145-155
  10. Syed Faraz Hasan, Nazmul Siddique, Shyam Chakraborty
    Pages 157-161
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 163-183

About this book

Introduction

This new edition continues to focus on the nuts and bolts of wireless network access for devices on board vehicles. It has been updated to reflect on the most recent trends in the broad domain of Intelligent Transport Systems. It covers 802.11ac – a recent standard that is very useful in context where a large amount of information is to be sent in a limited time window. The new edition includes a thorough revision of the 'Vehicular Communication: Issues and Standards' chapter, with new citations and a new subsection on security. The new edition also cites numerous fresh research works to give readers an updated overview of the field. An update on the time delay incurred by applications that always run in the background (Skype, etc) is also covered. The 'Future Directions and Research Ideas' chapter is also largely re-written. An entirely new chapter on D2D communication keeping in view the vehicular context has been added in this edition. This volume will be a useful addition to the libraries for both the students of wireless communication and those studying applied probability.

• Updated for new standards and recent works in wireless networks and vehicular communications;
• Includes new information on D2D communication for vehicular networks, and a new discussion on security issues;
• Features a new case study on the provision of infotainment services in vehicular setups;
• Discusses the vision of autonomous and connected vehicles.

Keywords

802.11 Networks Wireless Internet Service Provider Roaming (WISPr) Disruption Tolerant Networking Handover Delay Hidden Markov Models Stochastic Modeling Traffic Monitoring Vehicular Communications 802.11ac Protocol

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.School of Engineering and Advanced TechnologyMassey UniversityPalmerston NorthNew Zealand
  2. 2.Computing and Intelligent SystemsUniversity of UlsterLondonderryUnited Kingdom
  3. 3.Trinnect Ltd.EspooFinland

About the authors

Shyam Chakraborty is the Managing Director and Founder of Oy Trinnect Ltd which deals in a revolutionary telemedicine program to help healthcare providers provide high quality healthcare across the Finland. Dr. Chakraborty has 28 International (16 IEEE) journal papers, 43 conference papers, 3 books, 7 World patents, industrial research reports, and 3 graduated PhD scholars. He was awarded the Senior Academy Fellowship of Academy of Finland from 2000-2004. Prior to founding his company Trinnect he taught wireless networking at LNM Institute of Information Technology in Jaipur India in 2012-2013.

Nazmul. H. Siddique is a lecturer specializing in Computational Intelligence, Mobile Robotics, Object Oriented Programming and Cybernetics at the School of Computing and Intelligent Systems of the University of Ulster. In 2012 he was awarded the DEL/Connect NI Grant—Innovation Visit to Japan; and in 2011 he was awarded Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation Grant – Stochastic Regression Modelling.

Syed Faraz Hasan is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University, New Zealand, where he leads the Telecommunication and Network Engineering (TNE) research group. He has extensive experience of leading and delivering on externally funded research projects. He is a member of the Science Policy Exchange panel which is led by New Zealand Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.

Dr. Hasan obtained his PhD degree in 2011 from University of Ulster, UK, and Bachelor’s degree (Electrical Engineering) in 2008 from NED University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan.  His main area of expertise is wireless communication. 

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