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Vanet modeling and clustering design under practical traffic, channel and mobility conditions

Vanet modeling and clustering design under practical traffic, channel and mobility conditions || 2015-2016 IEEE NS2 Projects Training
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Vanet modeling and clustering design under practical traffic, channel and mobility conditions

  1. 1. VANET MODELING AND CLUSTERING DESIGN UNDER PRACTICAL TRAFFIC, CHANNEL AND MOBILITY CONDITIONS Presented by IIS TECHNOLOGIES No: 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus, North Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600016. Landline:044 4263 7391,mob:9952077540. Email:info@iistechnologies.in, Web:www.iistechnologies.in www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  2. 2. Abstract • In Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs), vehicles driving along highways can be grouped into clusters to facilitate communication. • The design of the clusters, e.g., size and geographical span, has significant impacts on communication quality. • Such design is affected by the Media Access Control (MAC) operations at the Data Link layer, the wireless channel conditions at the Physical layer, and the mobility of the vehicles. Previous works investigated these effects separately. • In this paper, we present a comprehensive analysis that integrates the three important factors into one model. In particular, we model an unsaturated VANET cluster with a Markov chain by introducing an idle state. The wireless channel fading and vehicle mobility are integrated by explicitly deriving the joint distribution of inter-vehicle distances. • Closed-form expressions of network performance measures, such as packet loss probability and system throughput, are derived. Our model, validated by extensive simulations, is able to accurately characterize VANET performance. www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  3. 3. Existing System • In empirical path loss models were developed in four different vehicle-to-vehicle environments, i.e., highway, rural, urban and suburban. • In analysis of one-dimensional, an analytical model was proposed to investigate the connectivity of VANETs in the presence of Rayleigh, Rician and Weibull channels, from a queuing theoretic perspective. • In one-hop broadcasting, analytical models were developed for broadcast efficiency and reliability in 802.11p for Rayleigh fading channels. • In evaluation information propagation, the connectivity of information propagation was studied, focusing on packet loss rate, packet transmission distance and effective coverage range of road- side stations. www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  4. 4. Disadvantages www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540 • Not always true in mobile vehicular environments • Unable to provide complete evaluation
  5. 5. Proposed System www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540 • In this paper, we propose a comprehensive analytical model for VANET that incorporates MAC protocol operations, PHY layer wireless channel conditions, and the moving pattern of the vehicles. • In doing so, the practical performance of a VANET cluster can be fully characterized. Specifically, we characterize the broadcast protocol of the MAC layer with a Markov chain, and design an idle state to capture unsaturated traffic conditions in practical VANETs. • We also capture the influence of PHY layer fading channels in the model by deriving the joint distribution of the distance between every member vehicle and the CH. • The mobility of the vehicles, to be specific, the speed and inter-vehicle distances, is reflected in the joint distance distribution. • Calculating the important performance metrics of a VANET, such as packet loss and throughput, requires integrating the derived joint distance distributions, which makes closed-form expressions intractable.
  6. 6. Advantages • It can provide complete evaluation • Increasing the throughput • Reduce the delay www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  7. 7. Architecture www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540 Comprehensive Analytical Model Performance Analysis Moving patternPHY layer wireless model Cluster Design Find average packet probability MAC protocol operations Integrate the models Derived closed form expressions Compute throughput
  8. 8. Conclusion www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540 • In this paper, we proposed a new analytical model for the performance analysis and clustering design in VANETs. • Our model integrates MAC protocol operations, PHY layer wireless channel conditions, and the moving pattern of the vehicles. We also derived closed-form expressions for average packet loss probability and throughput of a VANET cluster. • Validated by extensive simulations, our model represents a new approach for the performance study of VANET. • In particular, we derived system measures that quantify the effects of cluster design criteria on VANET performance. • Such measures can be used to determine the suitable cluster size, typical network span, and adequate data traffic control to achieve the desired system reliability and network throughput. • The proposed model and analysis provided guidelines for the design and management of VANETs to maintain acceptable communication performance.
  9. 9. Future Work www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540 • In our future work, we are going to extend our cluster model to adaptive data rates and multiple clusters, and incorporate inter-cluster routing, channel allocation, and interference management.
  10. 10. TOOLS AND SOFTWARE USED Software • Network simulator(NS2) Language • Object Oriented Tool Command Language(OTCL) • C++ www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  11. 11. References • G. Karagiannis et al., “Vehicular networking: A survey and tutorial on requirements, architectures, challenges, standards and solutions,” IEEE Commun. Surveys Tuts., vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 584–616, 2011. • Amendment 6: Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment (Part 11: Wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications), IEEE Std 802.11p TM-2010, Jun. 17, 2010. • H. Su and X. Zhang, “Clustering-based multichannel MAC protocols for QoS provisionings over vehicular ad hoc networks,” IEEE Trans. Veh. Technol., vol. 56, no. 6, pp. 3309–3323, Nov. 2007. • O. Kayis and T. Acarman, “Clustering formation for inter-vehicle communication,” in Proc. IEEE Intell. Transp. Syst. Conf., Seattle, WA, USA, Sep. 2007, pp. 636–641. • Z. Wang, L. Liu, M. Zhou, and N. Ansari, “A position based clustering technique for ad hoc intervehicle communication,” IEEE Trans. Syst., Man Cybern.—Part C: Appl. Rev., vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 201–208, Mar. 2008. www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  12. 12. Services Offered • Coding with Software’s • Documents • Video File • Skype classes(Online Support) • Team viewer Support(Online Support) • Future Enhancement • Paper writing • Support For Inter-National Conference paper publication. www.iistechnologies.in Ph: 9952077540
  13. 13. Contact IIS TECHNOLOGIES No: 40, C-Block,First Floor,HIET Campus, North Parade Road,St.Thomas Mount, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600016. Landline:044 4263 7391,mob:9952077540. Email:info@iistechnologies.in, Web:www.iistechnologies.in www.iistechnologies.in

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