Large-scale Urban Vehicular Mobility for Networking Research

Sandesh Uppoor 1 Marco Fiore 1
1 SWING - Smart Wireless Networking
Inria Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes, CITI - CITI Centre of Innovation in Telecommunications and Integration of services
Abstract : Simulation is the tool of choice for the large- scale performance evaluation of upcoming telecommunication networking paradigms that involve users aboard vehicles, such as next-generation cellular networks for vehicular access, pure vehicular ad hoc networks, and opportunistic disruption-tolerant networks. The single most distinguishing feature of vehicular networks simulation lies in the mobility of users, which is the result of the interaction of complex macroscopic and microscopic dynamics. Notwithstanding the improvements that vehicular mobility modeling has undergone during the past few years, no car traffic trace is available today that captures both macroscopic and microscopic behaviors of drivers over a large urban region, and does so with the level of detail required for networking research. In this paper, we present a realistic synthetic dataset of the car traffic over a typical 24 hours in a 400-km2 region around the city of Koln, in Germany. We outline how our mobility description improves today's existing traces and show the potential impact that a comprehensive representation of vehicular mobility can have one the evaluation of networking technologies.
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IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, Nov 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2011
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Sandesh Uppoor, Marco Fiore. Large-scale Urban Vehicular Mobility for Networking Research. IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, Nov 2011, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 2011. 〈inria-00637858〉

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