Print Email Facebook Twitter Towards reliable multi-hop broadcast in VANETs: An analytical approach Title Towards reliable multi-hop broadcast in VANETs: An analytical approach Author Gholibeigi, M. Baratchi, M. van den Berg, J.L. Heijenk, G. Contributor Ekici, E. (editor) Altintas, O. (editor) Tsai, M. (editor) Bloessl, B. (editor) Sepulcre, M. (editor) Wei, Y.L. (editor) Publication year 2017 Abstract Intelligent Transportation Systems in the domain of vehicular networking, have recently been subject to rapid development. In vehicular ad hoc networks, data broadcast is one of the main communication types and its reliability is crucial for high performance applications. However, due to the lack of acknowledgment techniques in IEEE 802.11p standard, it is challenging to ensure communication reliability. In this work, we analytically model a receiver-oriented reliability mechanism, with the objective of on-demand error recovery for multi-hop broadcast vehicular communication. In particular, using absorbing Markov modeling and probabilistic graphical modeling, we analyze its performance in terms of relevant indicators, such as overhead and delivery ratio. Further, the model is validated using simulations. The results are useful in tuning the influential parameters and accordingly adjusting trade-offs and meet performance requirements in various circumstances. Subject ICTCSR - Cyber Security & RobustnessTS - Technical SciencesAd hoc networksAnalytical modelsEconomic and social effectsIntelligent systemsReliabilitySignal receiversCommunication reliabilitiesHigh performance applicationsIntelligent transportation systemsMulti-hop broadcastPerformance requirementsProbabilistic graphical modelsVehicular communicationsVehicular networkingsVehicular ad hoc networks To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:5802d264-bc7a-4056-b415-88b8ee1e2965 DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/vnc.2016.7835959 TNO identifier 745923 Publisher IEEE Computer Society ISBN 9781509051977 ISSN 2157-9857 Source 2016 IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, VNC 2016. 8 December 2016 through 10 December 2016 Article number 7835959 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.