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Identical Destination Based Community in Internet of Vehicles (IDCIoV) for Optimal Path Identification

  • S. Suguna DeviEmail author
  • A. Bhuvaneswari
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communications Technologies book series (LNDECT, volume 39)

Abstract

IoV is an emerging field which involves Internet of Things where the things are vehicles. The problems such as efficient neighbor identification with optimized data routing transmission which could not be solved using VANET can be solved by IoV. This paper focuses on navigation based community for neighbor identification using IoV. The current work is classified into two phases. They are Location Identification using navigation based community with Indian Regional Navigation Satellite (IRNS) System and Optimal path Identification using Acyclic tree transformation. The proposed research work provides a solution for the data to be transmitted through multiple communities without link breakage during data transmission. The path reliability in neighbor selection affects the Packet Delivery Ratio and Packet Delay Ratio which has been simulated using VANET MOBISIM.

Keywords

IoV Routing QOS Neighbor identification PDR 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceCauvery College for WomenTrichyIndia

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