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Résumé de flux d'événements dans les réseaux inter-véhiculaires

Université de Valenciennes
DOI: 10.1145/1739268.1739279 Conference: Actes des 5èmes journées francophones Mobilité et Ubiquité 2009, UBIMOB'09, 7-8 Juillet 2009, Lille, France
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In this article, we focus en inter-vehicle ad hoc networks. In such networks, data are usually exchanged between vehicles to warn or inform the drivers when an event is detected (e.g., accident, emergency braking, available parking space, etc.). In this article, we propose de store and aggregate the data once used to produce a warning to the driver. We therefore use Flajolet-Martin sketches. Our goal is here to generate additional knowledge to assist drivers by detecting news road hazards (e.g., dangerous areas, etc.).

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