On the Potential of Generic Modeling for VANET Data Aggregation Protocols


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Dietzel, Stefan and Kargl, Frank and Heijenk, Geert and Schaub, Florian (2010) On the Potential of Generic Modeling for VANET Data Aggregation Protocols. In: Proceedings of the 2nd IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, 13-15 Dec 2010, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA.

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Abstract:In-network data aggregation is a promising communication mechanism to reduce bandwidth requirements of applications in vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs). Many aggregation schemes have been proposed, often with varying features. Most aggregation schemes are tailored to specific application scenarios and for specific aggregation operations. Comparative evaluation of different aggregation schemes is therefore difficult. An application centric view of aggregation does also not tap into the potential of cross application aggregation. Generic modeling may help to unlock this potential. We outline a generic modeling approach to enable improved comparability of aggregation schemes and facilitate joint optimization for different applications of aggregation schemes for VANETs. This work outlines the requirements and general concept of a generic modeling approach and identifies open challenges.
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