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By Rachid El-Azouzi, Daniel Sadoc Menasche, Essaïd Sabir, Francesco De Pellegrini, Mustapha Benjillali

ISBN-10: 9811016267

ISBN-13: 9789811016264

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This quantity bargains the court cases of the second UNet convention, held in Casablanca might 30 - June 1, 2016. It provides new developments and findings in sizzling issues regarding ubiquitous computing/networking, coated in 3 tracks and 3 detailed sessions:

Main song 1: Context-Awareness and Autonomy Paradigms tune
major song 2: cellular side Networking and Virtualization Track
major tune three: Enablers, demanding situations and Applications
particular consultation 1: shrewdpermanent towns and concrete Informatics for Sustainable Development
designated consultation 2: Unmanned Aerial autos From conception to Applications
specific consultation three: From information to wisdom: large information purposes and solutions

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5 Packet delivery ratio versus vehicle speed Fig. 6 Average end-to-end delay versus vehicle speed Performance Analysis of Routing Protocols in Vehicular … 41 protocols. This is because the proactive routing protocols generate sustained control traffic, in order to have updated information about the topology and routing paths. This process is done irrespective of user communication. AMACAD and MOBIC have shown the lowest Average End-to-End delays in speed and density diagrams respectively while the DYMO routing protocol plays a role in between position and proactive protocols according to both diagrams.

2 Simulation Results The simulation environment includes 20–100 vehicles. We executed two sets of experiments. The first set evaluates how the variation of the number of vehicles affects the 8 routing protocols performance. The second set evaluates the vehicle speed effects on the performance. The performance is measured by the average end-to-end delay, packet delivery ratio and bandwidth. 1 Number of Vehicles Figure 2 shows the Packet Delivery Ratio of all 8 routing protocols. The behavior of Packet Delivery Ratio of every routing protocol with respect to Number of Vehicles is shown.

It is observed that variant of OLSR consistently have more end-to-end delay than reactive and position routing Fig. 5 Packet delivery ratio versus vehicle speed Fig. 6 Average end-to-end delay versus vehicle speed Performance Analysis of Routing Protocols in Vehicular … 41 protocols. This is because the proactive routing protocols generate sustained control traffic, in order to have updated information about the topology and routing paths. This process is done irrespective of user communication.

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