Currently, VANETs are becoming more and more popular and have been applied in many different applications. However, because the feature of VANETs’ topologies is relatively stable, the routing protocol designed for VANET can be more efficient from a macro perspective. Specifically, the concept of incompletely predictable networks (IPNs), where nodes travel around the basic positions, can be used to model stable VANETs, as the ones related to taxis during our daily lives. In this paper, we propose a new protocol, named Greedy Probability-based Routing Protocol, for rather stable VANETs. A new concept named “anti-pheromone” is put forward to achieve high energy efficiency. Simulation results illustrate that GPRP has proper utilization ratio of nodes to achieve energy efficiency and has a stable performance when network size changes.
|Titolo:||Greedy probability-based routing protocol for incompletely predictable vehicular Ad-hoc network|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume|