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Networking Simulation for Intelligent Transportation Systems. High Mobile Wireless Nodes. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 4517113
  • Book
  • March 2017
  • 264 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

This book studies the simulation of wireless networking in the domain of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) involving aircraft, railway and vehicular communication. On this subject, particular focus is placed on effective communication channels, mobility modeling, multi-technology simulation and global ITS simulation frameworks.

Networking Simulation for Intelligent Transportation Systems addresses the mixing of IEEE802.11p and LTE into a dedicated simulation environment as well as the links between ITS and IoT; aeronautical mobility and VHD Data Link (VDL) simulation; virtual co-simulation for railway communication and control-command; realistic channel simulation, mobility modeling and autonomic simulation for VANET and quality metrics for VANET.

The authors intend for this book to be as useful as possible to the reader as they provide examples of methods and tools for running realistic and reliable simulations in the domain of communications for ITS.

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Preface  xi

Chapter 1. Simulation of Convergent Networks for Intelligent Transport Systems with VSimRTI 1

1.1. Introduction 1

1.2. Fundamentals of cooperative ITS 2

1.3. Overall simulation framework 5

1.4. Simulation of cellular networks 6

1.5. Simulation study 14

Chapter 2. Near-field Wireless Communications and their Role in Next Generation Transport Infrastructures: an Overview of Modelling Techniques 29
Christian PINEDO, Marina AGUADO, Lara RODRIGUEZ, Iñigo ADIN, Jaizki MENDIZABAL and Guillermo BISTUÉ

2.1. Near-field wireless technologies 30

2.2. Characterization of near-field communications 36

2.3. Discrete event simulators 42

2.4. Conclusions 47

Chapter 3. Trace Extraction for Mobility in Civil Aeronautical Communication Networks Simulation 50
Fabien GARCIA and Mickaël ROYER

3.1. Traffic regulations 52

3.2. Mobility for network simulation  54

3.3. Example of mobility trace extraction 56

3.4. Toward cooperative trajectories 60

3.5. Bibliography 60

Chapter 4. Air-Ground Data Link Communications in Air Transport  61
Christophe GUERBER, Alain PIROVANO and José RADZIK

4.1. Introduction 61

4.2. Continental air-ground data link communications and VDL mode 2 63

4.3. Oceanic air-ground data link communications and AMS(R)S 71

4.4. Summary and further work 76

4.5. Bibliography 77

Chapter 5. A Virtual Laboratory as an Assessment Tool for Wireless Technologies in Railway Systems 79
Patrick SONDI, Eric RAMAT and Marion BERBINEAU

5.1. Introduction 80

5.2. ERTMS subsystems and related test beds 81

5.3. A virtual laboratory based on co-simulation for ERTMS evaluation 86

5.4. Effective use of the ERTMS–OPNET virtual laboratory 97

Chapter 6. Emulating a Realistic VANET Channel in Ns-3 107
Hervé BOEGLEN, Benoit HILT and Frédéric DROUHIN

6.1. Introduction 107

6.2. Influence of the channel propagation model on VANET simulation 107

6.3. A way to realistic channel modeling with ns-2  112

6.4. Realistic channel modeling with ns-3 114

6.5. Case studies: emulation of realistic VANET channel models in ns-3  117

6.6. Conclusion and discussion 123

6.7. Appendix A: The Abbas et al. Model Implementation 125

Chapter 7. CONVAS: Connected Vehicle Assessment System for Realistic Co-simulation of Traffic and Communications 133
Justinian ROSCA, Ines UGALDE, Praprut SONGCHITRUKSA and Srinivasa SUNKARI

7.1. Introduction 133

7.2. Related work 135

7.3. CONVAS co-simulation platform 138

7.4. Realistic DSRC channel models  139

7.5. Channel model tuning 143

7.6. Connected vehicle applications  149

7.7. Experimental results 151

Chapter 8. Highway Road Traffic Modeling for ITS Simulation 165

8.1. Introduction 165

8.2. Road traffic models 166

8.3. Fine-tuned measurement-based model  170

8.4. Comparative analysis of road traffic models  174

8.5. Fundamental properties of highway vehicular networks . . . 178

8.6. Discussion and conclusions  181

8.7. Bibliography 182

Chapter 9. F-ETX: A Metric Designed for Vehicular Networks 185
Sébastien BINDEL, Benoit HILT and Serge CHAUMETTE

9.1. Introduction 185

9.2. Link quality estimators 187

9.3. Analysis of legacy estimation techniques 190

9.4. The F-ETX metric 195

9.5. Simulation settings 201

9.6. Simulation results 202

Chapter 10. Autonomic Computing and VANETs: Simulation of a QoS-based Communication Model 211 Nader MBAREK, Wahabou ABDOU and Benoît DARTIES

10.1. Introduction 211

10.2. Autonomic Computing within VANETs 212

10.3. Broadcasting protocols for VANETs  213

10.4. Autonomic broadcasting within VANETs 218

10.5. Simulation of a QoS-based communication model 222

10.6. Conclusion 231

10.7. Bibliography 232

List of Authors 235

Index  239

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Marion Berbineau
Benoit Hilt
Alexey Vinel
Alain Pirovano
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