Fatima Zohra Bousbaa's research while affiliated with Université Amar Telidji Laghouat and other places

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The deployment of a swarm of cooperative Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to pursue a mission is knowing an increasing success nowadays. This is mainly because deploying a group of cooperating UAVs instead of one single UAV offers numerous advantages, including the extension of the mission coverage, fault tolerance in case of losing a UAV during a m...
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) cloud have attracted wide attentions from both industrial and academic communities as a new paradigm offering flexible services. This new concept utilizes the recent technologies of mobile cloud computing. The collaboration between these technologies represents a fantastic vision of the future, where everything is co...
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The deployment of a swarm of cooperative UAVs applications for the execution of distributed tasks has increased attention from both academia and industry researchers. The use of a group of UAVs instead of one single UAV offers many advantages like extending the mission coverage, providing a reliable ad-hoc networks services, and enhancing the servi...
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Routing in cooperative UAVs networks is a challenging task due to mobility of nodes, dynamically changing topology and three-dimensional (3D) movement. In this work, we study the fleet routing problem in FANET, which aims at delivering data to a specific group of mobile drones identified by their geographical location. Although many fleet routing p...
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Efficient information dissemination is the pinnacle of Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). In case of delay-sensitive information such as safety-related messages, it is imperative to minimize the transmission delay and increase the message reliability in VANETs. In a previous work, we proposed a Time-Limited Reliable Broadcast Incremental Power (TR...
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Routing in cooperative vehicular networks is a challenging task because of high mobility of vehicles and difficulty of localization. In this paper, we study the geocast routing problem in Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANETs), which aims at delivering data to a specific group of mobile vehicles identified by their geographical location. Although many...
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Routing in cooperative vehicular networks is a challenging work due to high mobility of vehicles and difficulty of localization. In this paper, we study the geocast routing problem in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks (VANets), which aims at delivering data to a specific group of mobile vehicles identified by their geographical location. Although many geoc...

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... Similarly, we need Constraints (3) and (4) to let the destination node be chosen as the last node in the path and terminate the path selecting operation. Constraint (5) assures that the intermediate node, ...
... The work of [34] designed for package delivery networks. Cheriguene et al. [35] proposed a Swarm energy-efficient multicast routing protocol for UAVs flying in group formations, to facilitate the control and information delivery among the UAVs while minimizing inter-UAV packet loss, packet re-transmission, and end-to-end delay. It is obvious that such mission-specific routing algorithms cannot be used as general-purpose routing for all cooperative UAV networks. ...
... We review related researches, including machine learning in communications [11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22], 3D FANET routing protocols [23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34], and 3D UAV routing protocols based on space division [35,36]. ...
... The antenna gains of the sender and receiver are G a and G b , respectively, and k is the wavelength. Depending on the properties of the transmission channel, the parameter a is usually in the range of 2 to 4 [39]. In FANET applications a is set 2. D ðu a ;u b Þ is the distance between UAVs u a and u b . ...
... Emergency messages have strict delay requirements and cannot be broadcast blindly [32]. In addition, blindly broadcasting information is likely to cause a broadcast storm [33], which can result in significant resource scrambles and packet clashes [34] and can severely cripple the network, hampering services and preventing task implementation [35]. ...
... These protocols are divided into geo-cast and cluster routing. In geo-cast routing [14], a packet is forwarded from one source to all the vehicles located in a fixed geographical area called a Zone of Relevance (ZoR) [6]. In cluster routing [15], the network is split into several cluster members, a cluster head is responsible for inter and intra-cluster coordination. ...
... In the literature, many geocast routing protocols exist in Mobile Adhoc Networks (MANET) and Vehicular Ad-hoc NETworks (VANET) [36,[39][40][41][42][43][44][45][46], which aim at delivering information to a specific group of nodes identified by their geographical location. However, most of these routing protocols cannot be directly applied for UAVs due to the dynamic topology in the 3D space, that is what motivated us to present this work. ...