DPMS: A Swift Data Dissemination Protocol Based on Map Splitting

Abstract : The main objective of the VANET networks is to improve road safety as well as transport efficiency through the use of communications technology and the emergence of wireless devices at low cost. Thus, the design of an efficient dissemination protocol, that informs vehicles about interesting safety and nonsafety events, is of paramount importance. The thriving challenge would be to maximize the delivery ratio by avoiding as far as possible the broadcast storm problem. A scrutiny of the literature wealthy number of approaches highlights that all of them fail to fulfill with the "sine qua non" requirements that we introduce. In this paper and to palliate this shortage, we introduce a new infrastructure-less geocast approach, called DPMS (data Dissemination Protocol based on Map Splitting). The main thrust of DPMS stands in reaching a high delivery ratio as well as a high geocast precision by sending messages only to vehicles in the Zone of Relevance (ZOR) with a minimum overhead cost. Carried out experiments showed that DPMS outperforms its competitors in terms of effectiveness and efficiency. \textcopyright 2016 IEEE.
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Sabri Allani, Taoufik Yeferny, Richard Chbeir, Sadok Ben Yahia. DPMS: A Swift Data Dissemination Protocol Based on Map Splitting. 40th IEEE Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, COMPSAC 2016, Atlanta, GA, USA, June 10-14, 2016, Jun 2016, Atlanta, United States. pp.817-822, ⟨10.1109/COMPSAC.2016.100⟩. ⟨hal-01908072⟩

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