A Border Base Directional Routing (BBDR) Protocol for VANETs

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Abstract

Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) has emerged as a leading technology for the development and advancement of real-time vehicular communication. It is considered as an independent and self organised network that satisfies the core needs of vehicular communication. Primarily due to its capabilities to support wide range of applications for road safety; it has gained tremendous attention from researchers worldwide. One of the key challenges in the design of robust and secure vehicular network, is to overcome the 'delay associated with the information delivery'. CriticalSafety services such as 'Cooperation Collision Warning' and 'Incident or Hazard Management', rely on information to be distributed among allthe nodes (vehicles) in a timely manner. This paper presents the concept of an 'efficient routing technique' for the dynamic environment of VehicularAd hoc Networks (VANETs). As compared to the previous approaches taken to design a time-effective solution for data dissemination problem in VANET, this approach uses a unique 'location assistance method' in combination with 'Border Node Based' algorithm, to reduce the delay related with the delivery of information.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIB2COM
Subtitle of host publicationBroadband Communications and National Broadband Networks and Applications
EditorsJohnson Agbinya
Place of PublicationSydney
PublisherRiver Publishers
Pages26-31
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9780987212917
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventInternational Conference on Broadband and Biomedical Communications - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 05 Feb 201208 Feb 2012

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Broadband and Biomedical Communications
CountryAustralia
Period05/02/1208/02/12

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Vehicular ad hoc networks
Routing protocols
Communication
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Rehman, S-U., Zia, T., & Zheng, L. (2012). A Border Base Directional Routing (BBDR) Protocol for VANETs. In J. Agbinya (Ed.), IB2COM: Broadband Communications and National Broadband Networks and Applications (pp. 26-31). Sydney: River Publishers.
Rehman, Sabih-Ur ; Zia, Tanveer ; Zheng, Lihong. / A Border Base Directional Routing (BBDR) Protocol for VANETs. IB2COM: Broadband Communications and National Broadband Networks and Applications. editor / Johnson Agbinya. Sydney : River Publishers, 2012. pp. 26-31
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Rehman S-U, Zia T, Zheng L. A Border Base Directional Routing (BBDR) Protocol for VANETs. In Agbinya J, editor, IB2COM: Broadband Communications and National Broadband Networks and Applications. Sydney: River Publishers. 2012. p. 26-31