Vehicular Networks in the Eyes of Future Internet Architectures

Vehicular Networks in the Eyes of Future Internet Architectures

Hakima Khelifi, Senlin Luo, Boubakr Nour, Hassine Moungla, Syed Hassan Ahmed
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 28
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9493-2.ch004
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The challenging characteristics of the vehicular environment such as high mobility, diversity of applications, dynamic topologies, unreliable broadcast channels, and short-lived connectivity call into the need to extend the IP-based network to fulfill the user and VANETs requirements. Researchers are developing new network communication models to transfer the future internet. The information-centric networking (ICN) paradigm is a promising solution that may overcome the issues mentioned above. ICN involves a named content, name-based routing, in-network caching, and content-based security, which make it a suitable architecture for VANET applications. In this chapter, the authors present recent advances in VANET solutions that rely on named-data networking (NDN), which is the most active ICN implementation. The issues of the current host-centric model, mapping between NDN and VANET, is also discussed along with future research directions.
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2. Icn: The Future Internet Architecture

The focus of recent research has been on proposing preliminary architectures for the future Internet. In the following, we discuss the limitation of the current Internet model, follow by an overview on some known future Internet architecture. Later, we focus on the Information-Centric Communication Model.

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