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Vehicular cooperation taking place in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) aims to solve traffic issues or to improve road safety for vehicles and vulnerable road users. Such cooperation is achieved through distributed applications running in the vehicular network (VANET), composed of communicating units in vehicles and infrastructure. For safe...
The Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is an efficient traffic handling technology by accessing content with its name instead of its physical location and achieving in-network caching. Indeed, CCN caching ensures high content availability, network traffic reduction, and low retrieval latency which reduces congestion and improves end-to-end delay. Mor...
The information-centric networking (ICN) is an emerging paradigm that grounds networking primitives on content names rather than node locators (as in the current Internet). ICN targets seamless mobility, native muticast/multipath support, and content oriented security to better reflect the needs of today users. ICN could greatly improve the efficie...
The Content-Centric Networking (CCN) concept is a significant approach of several future Internet research activities. CCN in Wireless Sensor Networks present a promised technique that may ensure data routing based on content. In this paper, we focus on the lifetime of the Content Object exchanged in the network and we explain the idea of its integ...