Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications
In Vehicular Ad hoc NETworks (VANET) networks, vehicles are equipped with communication equipment that allows them to exchange messages with each other in Vehicle-to-Vehicle communication (V to V) and with a roadside network infrastructure i.e. Vehicle-to-Road-Side Unit communication (V to RSU). One of the critical issues is consists of the design of delay minimization algorithms that are robust to frequent path distractions caused by vehicles mobility. The ad hoc network is put forth with the novel objectives of providing safety and comfort related services to vehicle users.