Simulating Communication in a Service-Oriented Architecture for V2V Networks
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- Gonçalves J.F.B., Esteves E.F., Rossetti R.J.F., Oliveira E. (2009) Simulating Communication in a Service-Oriented Architecture for V2V Networks. In: Lopes L.S., Lau N., Mariano P., Rocha L.M. (eds) Progress in Artificial Intelligence. EPIA 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 5816. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
A framework based on the concept of service-oriented architectures (SOA) to support the assessment of vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANET) is herein presented. Concepts related to SOA, as well as technologies that allow real-time data acquisition and dissemination within urban environments, and simulation tools to aid the simulation of VANET were preliminarily studied. A two-layered architecture was specified on the basis of the requirements for our simulation framework resulting in the specification of a multi-agent system formed of vehicle entities that are able to communicate and interact with each other and with their surrounding environment as well. A prototypical application was implemented, which was used to demonstrate the feasibility of the approach presented through experimental results.
KeywordsIntelligent Transportation Systems Service-Oriented Architectures Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication and Simulation Multi-Agent Systems
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