Towards Autonomous Vehicular Clouds

ICST Trans. Mobile Communications Applications 09/2011; 11(7–9):e2. DOI: 10.4108/icst.trans.mca.2011.e2
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    • "Moreover the virtualization concept of cloud computing has made it a buzz word and with the virtue of cloud computing, consumers can have unlimited resources if they can pay for it [6]. Olariu et al. for the first time tossed the term VANET clouds that is the combination of the signature VANET and cloud computing [7]. In VANET clouds, vehicular nodes rent out their resources to the cloud and/or use resources form cloud as well. "

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    • "The main driving force behind the VANET-based clouds is that practically our cars' resources are wasted for most of the time (for instance our cars are parked and remain idle for most part of the day, i.e. tens of hours a day). It would be ideal if the car would be capable of utilizing its processing, computing, storage, and communication resources [6]. The cars could rent out the resources and earn some revenue as well. "

    10/2014; 24(5):795-807. DOI:10.13089/JKIISC.2014.24.5.795
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    • "In domain of cloud computing and vehicular networks, there has been few works proposed in near past. The authors in [17] present the autonomous vehicular cloud (AVC) concept. Taking one step further, authors in [18] discuss platform as a service (PaaS) model for vehicular domain with possible applications. "

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