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Overview of involved on-board unites [6], computation and communication resources of 2 VANET applications. Vehicular edge computing (VEC) and vehicular cloud computing (VCC) are computation resources. Mobile networks for internet access and short range communication standard 802.11p for critical safety.

Overview of involved on-board unites [6], computation and communication resources of 2 VANET applications. Vehicular edge computing (VEC) and vehicular cloud computing (VCC) are computation resources. Mobile networks for internet access and short range communication standard 802.11p for critical safety.

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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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... applications range from critical safety-related applications and driver assistance systems to location-based services and infotainment. The computation and communication resources involved in vehicular applications vary based on the application re- quirements, as shown in Figure 1. At one end of the spectrum, infotainment applications access the Internet through mobile networks and play multimedia streaming or surf websites using, for instance, standard content delivery networks(CDN) 1 . ...
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... VSDN controllers use AI models to predict or detect the periods and the links of high network utilization. Figure 10 illustrates this AI-assisted VSDN architecture. Currently, radio access technologies (RATs), i.e., IEEE 802.11p ...
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... applications range from critical safety-related applications and driver assistance systems to location-based services and infotainment. The computation and communication resources involved in vehicular applications vary based on the application re- quirements, as shown in Figure 1. At one end of the spectrum, infotainment applications access the Internet through mobile networks and play multimedia streaming or surf websites using, for instance, standard content delivery networks(CDN) 1 . ...
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... VSDN controllers use AI models to predict or detect the periods and the links of high network utilization. Figure 10 illustrates this AI-assisted VSDN architecture. Currently, radio access technologies (RATs), i.e., IEEE 802.11p ...