Latency-Aware Load Distribution Model for Vehicular Adhoc Networks (VANETS)

Authors : Oladunni Daramola; Gbeminiyi Falowo

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 3 - March

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Vehicular Adhoc Network (VANET) is a network which prominent and fluid features have helped in drawing contiguous attention by researchers for more than thirty years. More often than none, routing and securing the network are of utmost priority to researchers while little focus is given to ensuring the effective distribution of load in Vehicular communications in order to ensure an infinitesimal experience of latency. However, with the advent of Intelligent Transport System (ITS) in pair with the possibility of cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) in VANET that support a mickle spectrum of mobile distributed software, there is need for a system that will evenly distribute load in the network. This study thereby introduces a latency-aware model via a 3-tier load distribution mechanism that reduces delay in message transmission and also helps in addressing traffic congestion faster.

Keywords : Load distribution; Latency; Latency-aware; RSUs; network; VANET; ITS.


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