Spatial Coordinated Medium Sharing in the Drive-thru Internet
The advance of wireless communications and pervasive use of mobile electronics in the recent years have driven the ever-increasing user demands of ubiquitous Internet access . This is particularly evident for in-vehicle Internet access with people now spending much their time in cars . As a result, an extensive body of research has been devoted to enabling vehicular communications with diverse applications ranging from the road safety, trip entertainment to driving efficiency and traffic management [3, 4].
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