Probability Detection of A Multi-Hop Communication Link Using Vehicle Mobility Model
In a Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET), vehicles communicate with each other and possibly with road-side infrastructure nodes. Node connectivity and the amount of data that can be exchanged are limited by the duration and quality of the communication links established among nodes, which are determined by the space and time dynamics of moving vehicles. We analyze the connectivity dynamics of vehicular ad-hoc networks in a generic signalized urban route. Given the velocity profile of an urban route as a function of space and time, we utilize a fluid model to characterize the general vehicular traffic flow, and a stochastic model to capture the randomness of individual vehicle which is determined by Mesoscopic,and Microscopic mobility model.Mesoscopic is a technique which is used to find time headway between two vehicles and microscopic technique is used to find a distance headway between the two vehicles.
R Gopi, K Priyanka, R Reshmabegum, N Sangeetha