Topology-Based Flow-Oriented Adaptive Network Coding-Aware Routing Scheme for VANETs

Iqbal, Muhammad Azhar and Dai, Bin and Islam, Muhammad Arshad and Aleem, Muhammad and Vo, Nguyen-Son (2018) Topology-Based Flow-Oriented Adaptive Network Coding-Aware Routing Scheme for VANETs. KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, 12 (5). pp. 2044-2062.

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Abstract

Information theory progression along with the advancements being made in the field of Vehicular Ad hoc NETworks (VANETs) supports the use of coding-aware opportunistic routing for efficient data forwarding. In this work, we propose and investigate an adaptive coding-aware routing scheme in a specific VANET scenario known as a vehicular platoon. Availability of coding opportunities may vary with time and therefore, the accurate identification of available coding opportunities at a specific time is a quite challenging task in the highly dynamic scenario of VANETs. In the proposed approach, while estimating the topology of the network at any time instance, a forwarding vehicle contemplates the composition of multiple unicast data flows to encode the correct data packets that can be decoded successfully at destinations. The results obtained by using OMNeT++ simulator reveal that higher throughput can be achieved with minimum possible packet transmissions through the proposed adaptive coding-aware routing approach. In addition, the proposed adaptive scheme outperforms static transmissions of the encoded packets in terms of coding gain, transmission percentage, and encoded packet transmission. To the best of our knowledge, the use of coding-aware opportunistic routing has not been exploited extensively in available literature with reference to its implications in VANETs.

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KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems
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13 Jun 2022 14:40
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