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Applying Security Service Level Agreements in V2X Network Slices

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... Simulation [77] Efficient placement of VNFs to meet the service demand request using adaptive interference aware approach is evaluated Generalized approach adopted for AD VNF placement evaluation [79] A clustered VNF chaining scheme is proposed to reduce the average service time (AST) time for V2X networks Proposed VNF chaining scheme benefits can be explored for other V2X services, comparison with other alternatives including role of MEC can be explored. Discussion [103] A system comprised of virtualized infrastructure for an end-to-end secure network slice architecture which can detect false vehicular messages is proposed ...
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