A Cross Layer Autonomic Enabled Architecture for VANETs

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Networks and Communications Security (IJCNCS)
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Similar to other ad hoc networks, VANETs need to change and adapt to their surrounding environment. Having various internal and external facilities to change network structure and parameters, VANETS are a good target for self-adaptive and self-managing systems. In order to achieve an autonomic system, self management should be implemented in the system architecture. To address the autonomic management issues there is a need for a holistic architecture that works without considering predefined constraints and problem conditions. In this paper, the authors present an autonomic enabled architecture using new component which enables cross layer connections. Similar to other ad hoc networks, VANETs need to change and adapt to their surrounding environment. Having various internal and external facilities to change network structure and parameters, VANETS are a good target for self-adaptive and self-managing systems. In order to achieve an autonomic system, self management should be implemented in the system architecture. To address the autonomic management issues there is a need for a holistic architecture that works without considering predefined constraints and problem conditions. In this paper, the authors present an autonomic enabled architecture using new component which enables cross layer connections.

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