Visible to the public Partially Predictable Vehicular Ad-hoc Network: Trustworthiness and Security

TitlePartially Predictable Vehicular Ad-hoc Network: Trustworthiness and Security
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsMore, P. H., Dongre, M. M.
Conference Name2019 IEEE 5th International Conference for Convergence in Technology (I2CT)
Date Publishedmar
Keywordsaverage end to end delay, Big Data, cloud, composability, cryptographic protocols, hybrid protocol, intelligent communications, Key-encrypted onion, normalized routing overhead, NS2 software, packet delivery ratio, Partially Predictable Network (PPN), partially predictable vehicular ad-hoc network, pubcrawl, Relays, road safety, road traffic, road traffic efficiency, road traffic safety, Routing, Routing protocols, secure trustworthiness evaluation based routing protocol, security, telecommunication security, trustworthiness, Trustworthiness Evaluation, VANET, vehicular ad hoc networks
AbstractVANET is an emerging technology incorporating ad hoc network to accomplish intelligent communications between vehicles, improvement in road traffic efficiency and safety. In some situations movement of vehicles is in a certain range, over particular distance or just in a specific tendency. Such a network can be called as incompletely or partially predictable network. An efficient use of such network, position and motion of nodes as well as relative history in big data is an open issue in vehicular ad hoc network. A hybrid protocol which provides secure and trustworthiness evaluation based routing can be used in VANET. Here Secure Trustworthiness Evaluation Based Routing Protocol is implemented using NS2 software. Its performance is very good in terms of the Average End to End Delay, Packet Delivery Ratio and Normalized Routing Overhead.
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