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5G Network Slicing using Network Functions (NFs). NFs contain Access and Mobility Management Function (AMF), Authentication Server Function (AUSF), Unified Data Management (UDM), Session Management Function (SMF), Application Function (AF), and Policy Control Function (PCF) [95]. A car has 2 network slices, a uRLLC slice to support road safety or autonomous driving, and an eMBB slice for video streaming or augmented reality. A train has an mMTC slice to assimilate the massive smartphones of the passengers [98].

5G Network Slicing using Network Functions (NFs). NFs contain Access and Mobility Management Function (AMF), Authentication Server Function (AUSF), Unified Data Management (UDM), Session Management Function (SMF), Application Function (AF), and Policy Control Function (PCF) [95]. A car has 2 network slices, a uRLLC slice to support road safety or autonomous driving, and an eMBB slice for video streaming or augmented reality. A train has an mMTC slice to assimilate the massive smartphones of the passengers [98].

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Recent advances in information technology have revolutionized the automotive industry, paving the way for next-generation smart vehicular mobility. Vehicles, roadside units, and other road users can collaborate to deliver novel services and applications. These services and applications require 1) massive volumes of heterogeneous and continuous data...

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... the 5G core network, the user plane function (UPF) unifies the Serving Gateway (S-GW) and Packet data network Gateway (P-GW) elements. Figure 6 illustrates the orchestration and architecture of C-RANs to achieve network slicing. Network slicing provides logically separated network slices consisting of network elements dedicated to each slice [110]. ...
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... to 3GPP, a vehicle can support up to eight different slices with a common access and mobility management function (AMF), and a separate session management function (SMF) and UPF per slice [98]. Figure 6 illustrates network slicing for the three possible V2X use cases. In the figure, a vehicle has two logical network slices, the first slice for autonomous driving which is an instance of a network slice for a uRLLC use case. ...
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... the 5G core network, the user plane function (UPF) unifies the Serving Gateway (S-GW) and Packet data network Gateway (P-GW) elements. Figure 6 illustrates the orchestration and architecture of C-RANs to achieve network slicing. Network slicing provides logically separated network slices consisting of network elements dedicated to each slice [110]. ...
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... to 3GPP, a vehicle can support up to eight different slices with a common access and mobility management function (AMF), and a separate session management function (SMF) and UPF per slice [98]. Figure 6 illustrates network slicing for the three possible V2X use cases. In the figure, a vehicle has two logical network slices, the first slice for autonomous driving which is an instance of a network slice for a uRLLC use case. ...