Naveed Ahmad

Naveed Ahmad
University of Peshawar · Department of Computer Science

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Abstract Techniques in vehicular ad‐hoc networks have been utilised to reduce challenging issues such as pollution, accidents and traffic jams. The platoon management system (PMS) has shown promising results to solve the aforementioned problems. In PMS, vehicles in a platoon‐based driving network execute several manoeuvers, e.g. platoon formation,...
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Recently, we see an increasing number of vehicles coming into our lives, which makes finding car parks a difficult task. To overcome this challenge, efficient and advanced parking techniques are required, such as finding the proper parking slot, increasing users' experience, dynamic path planning and congestion avoidance. To this end, this survey p...
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The proliferation of electric vehicles (EVs) has posed significant challenges to the existing power grid infrastructure. It thus becomes of vital importance to efficiently manage the Electro-Mobility for large demand from EVs. Due to limited cruising range of EVs, vehicles have to make frequent stops for recharging, while long charging period is on...
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This article aims to design an intelligent mobile charging control mechanism for electric vehicles (EVs), by promoting charging reservations (including service start time, expected charging time, and charging location). EV mobile charging could be implemented as an alternative recharging solution, wherein charge replenishment is provided by economi...
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Access control with permission delegation mechanism allows fine granular access to secure resources. In the literature, existing architectures for permission delegation and access control are either event-based or query-based. These previous works assume a single trusted delegation service, which however is likely biased or fails to service. Also,...
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Intelligent Transport System (ITS) uses the IEEE 802.11P standard for the wireless communication among vehicles. A wireless ad hoc network of vehicles is established to improve road safety, comfort, security, and traffic efficiency. Wireless communication in ITS leads to many security and privacy challenges. Security and privacy of ITS are importan...
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Today’s vehicles are no longer stand-alone transportation means, due to the advancements on vehicle-tovehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications enabled to access the Internet via recent technologies in mobile communications, including WiFi, Bluetooth, 4G, and even 5G networks. The Internet of vehicles was aimed toward sustain...
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Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are a special type of Intermittently Connected Networks (ICN) featured by variable delay, frequent disruption, asymmetric data rates, and high error rates. DTNs have been primarily developed for InterPlanetary Networks (IPNs), however, it shows applicability to challenged networks. Thus, solutions devised for security...
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Exploration of underwater resources, oceanographic data collection, tactical surveillance and natural disaster prevention are some of the areas of Underwater Wireless Sensor Network(UWSN) applications. UWSN is different from traditional wireless sensor network. The later uses radio waves for communication between sensors while the former uses acous...
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The innovation of ubiquitous and pervasive computing helps service-oriented organizations in the realization of a virtual coalition. The virtual coalition is a set of IoT domains i.e., smart homes and smart hospitals that are linked together through communication lines to share resources. Such virtual coalitions need secure cross-domain permission...
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Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) is one of the specialized branch of wireless sensor networks (WSNs), which draws attention from various fields of science, such as medicine, engineering, physics, biology, and computer science. It has emerged as an important research area contributing to sports, social welfare and medical treatment. One of the most...
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Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) is a revolutionary achievement in the field of health services. The field is envisioned to play an important role in medical, psychological, and even in non-medical applications. Different routing protocols are being designed in WBAN to enhance its performance, focusing on delay, energy efficiency, throughput, an...
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Intelligent Transport System (ITS) is generally deployed to improve road safety, comfort, security, and traffic efficiency. A robust mechanism of authentication and secure communication is required to protect privacy and conditional resolution of pseudonyms to revoke malicious vehicles. In a typical ITS framework, a station can be a vehicle, Road S...
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A Vehicular Adhoc NETworks (VANETs) is an emerged technology, where vehicles communicate with one another and Road Side Units. VANETs is categorized as a sub-branch of Mobile Ad hoc NETworks (MANETs). VANETs help in enhancing traffic efficiency, safety and provide entertainment facility. Dissemination of messages relaying through vehicles communica...
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Intelligent transport system (ITS), owing to their potential to enhance road safety and improve traffic management, have attracted attention from automotive industries and academia in recent years. The underlying technology—i.e., vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANETs)—provide a means for vehicles to intelligently exchange messages regarding road and tr...
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The electric vehicle (EV) industry has been rapidly developing internationally due to a confluence of factors, such as government support, industry shifts, and private consumer demand. Envisioning for the future connected vehicles, the popularity of EVs will have to handle a massive information exchange for charging demand. This inevitably brings m...
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Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are type of Intermittently Connected Networks (ICNs) featured by long delay, intermittent connectivity, asymmetric data rates and high error rates. DTNs have been primarily developed for InterPlanetary Networks (IPNs), however, have shown promising potential in challenged networks i.e. DakNet, ZebraNet, KioskNet and W...
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The past few years have seen dramatic development and a great interest in efficient service delivery and better resource utilization in the Internet of Things (IoT) based constrained Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). The IoT is mainly dependent on optimal deployment of energy aware WSN and efficient communication architecture for data transfer among h...
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Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are type of Intermittently Connected Networks (ICNs) featured by long delay, intermittent connectivity, asymmetric data rates and high error rates. DTNs have been primarily developed for InterPlanetary Networks (IPNs), however, have shown promising potential in challenged networks i.e. DakNet, ZebraNet, KioskNet and W...
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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the other name of industrial Internet. It integrates a variety of existing industrial automation technologies with computing, machine learning, and communication technologies. Vehicular ad hoc network, an application of IIoT, is a self-organized network of vehicles which tends to provide improved road safety,...
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Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks (UWSNs) use acoustic waves to communicate in underwater environment. Acoustic channels have various limitations that can be low bandwidth, a higher end to end delay and path loss at certain nodes. Considering the limitations of UWSNs, energy efficient communication and reliability of network UWSNs has become an i...
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Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs) are becoming the favorable option for the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The efficient distribution of information in the form of data packets, is essential in order to support the vision of smart ITS. In VANETs, vehicles communicate with other vehicles directly or through existing infrastructure for sh...
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Vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is a wireless emerging technology that aims to provide safety and communication services to drivers and passengers. In VANETs, vehicles communicate with other vehicles directly or through road side units (RSU) for sharing traffic information. The data dissemination in VANETs is a challenging issue as the vehicles ha...
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Underwater Wireless Sensor Network (UWSN) is newly developed branch of Wireless Sensor network (WSN). UWSN is used for exploration of underwater resources, oceanographic data collection, flood or disaster prevention, tactical surveillance system and unmanned underwater vehicles. UWSN uses sensors of small size with a limited energy, memory and allo...
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Underwater wireless sensor networks are a newly emerging wireless technology in which small size sensors with limited energy and limited memory and bandwidth are deployed in deep sea water and various monitoring operations like tactical surveillance, environmental monitoring, and data collection are performed through these tiny sensors. Underwater...
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Underwater Wireless Sensor Network (UWSN) is newly emerged and developed branch of Wireless sensor technology. In UWSN small sensor nodes with limited battery and limited memory are deployed in underwater environment. Due to multiple differences from terrestrial Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), radio waves cannot be used in underwater communication....
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With continually increased attention on electric vehicles (EVs) due to environment impact, public charging stations (CSs) for EVs will become common. However, due to the limited electricity of battery, EV drivers may experience discomfort for long charging waiting time during their journeys. This often happens when a large number of (on-the-move) E...

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Efficient algorithms to mitigate misbehaving nodes in DTNs