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A performance evaluation of routing protocols for vehicular ad hoc networks with swarm intelligence

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Swarm intelligence work on artificial intelligence which is defined as collective behavior of self organized but centralized system. Movie effect, swarm robotics and network routing are applications of swarm intelligence. Vehicular ad-hoc network (VANET) is also self controlled, high dynamic network system. Road safety and traffic management are the main applications of VANETs. If we integrate swarm intelligence with VANETs, it will show outstanding results in terms of latency, throughput, data delivery cost and ratio. There are some issues in VANETs like data aging, heavy cost and message prioritization which can be solved with the help of swarm intelligence. In this paper, we will come across some good results in VANET when we apply some algorithm of swarm intelligence. There are some algorithms of swarm intelligence that can be applied in VANETs like artificial bee colony and AntNet. Swarm intelligence can be implemented in multicasting and data center routing. Moreover, we will also analysis AODV, DSR routing protocol with the smarm intelligence routing protocol in the network.

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Poonia, R.C. A performance evaluation of routing protocols for vehicular ad hoc networks with swarm intelligence. Int J Syst Assur Eng Manag 9, 830–835 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13198-017-0661-1

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