Michele C. Weigle


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Vehicular Networks: From Theory to Practice

Review: "…the easy style of writing … makes it suitable not only for specialists but also generalists. …some topics overlap, but instead of being a hindrance, this further expands the vision of the reader on crucial topics in VANETs. Overall, the book is a concise overview of the current state-of-the-art technologies and important research issues in VANETs. …"
-Computing Reviews, August 2009

Hardcover, 472 pages
Editors: Stephan Olariu and Michele C. Weigle
Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC
Publication date: March 17, 2009
ISBN-10: 1420085883
ISBN-13: 978-1420085884
Errata
Access at CRCnetBase: http://www.crcnetbase.com/doi/book/10.1201/9781420085891

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Table of Contents

Section I: TRAFFIC ENGINEERING

Chapter 1: Traffic Monitoring
Michael D. Fontaine

Chapter 2: Models for Traffic Flow and Vehicle Motion
Martin Treiber and Arne Kesting

Section II: U.S. AND EUROPEAN INITIATIVES

Chapter 3: Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperation
James A. Misener, Susan Dickey, Joel VanderWerf, and Raja Sengupta

Chapter 4: CAR-2-X Communication in Europe
Long Le, Andreas Festag, Roberto Baldessari, and Wenhui Zhang

Section III: APPLICATIONS

Chapter 5: Safety-Related Vehicular Applications
Mohammad S. Almalag

Chapter 6: Emerging Vehicular Applications
Uichin Lee, Ryan Cheung, and Mario Gerla

Chapter 7: Use of Infrastructure in VANETs
Michele C. Weigle, Stephan Olariu, Mahmoud Abuelela, and Gongjun Yan

Chapter 8: Content Delivery in Zero-Infrastructure VANETs
Mahmoud Abuelela and Stephan Olariu

Section IV: NETWORKING ISSUES

Chapter 9: Mobile Ad Hoc Routing in the Context of Vehicular Networks
Francisco J. Ros, Pedro M. Ruiz, Juan A.Sánchez, and Ivan Stojmenovic

Chapter 10: Delay-Tolerant Networks in VANETs
Yifeng Shao, Cong Liu, and Jie Wu

Chapter 11: Localization in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Azzedine Boukerche, Horacio A.B.F. Oliveira, Eduardo F. Nakamura, and Antonio A.F. Loureiro

Section V: SIMULATION

Chapter 12: Vehicular Mobility Models
Marco Fiore

Chapter 13: Vehicular Network Simulators
Gongjun Yan, Khaled Ibrahim, and Michele C. Weigle

Section VI: HUMAN FACTORS

Chapter 14: Mental Workload and Driver Distraction with In-Vehicle Displays
Carryl L. Baldwin