Main Reference PaperVideo Streaming Distribution in VANETs, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, July 2011.
  • This problem significantly differs from existing work on broadcast and multicast in ad hoc networks because of the highly dynamic topology of vehicular networks and the strict delay requirements of streaming applications. This project presents a solution for intervehicular communications, called Streaming Urban Video (SUV), that

  • is fully distributed and dynamically adapts to topology changes, and

  • leverages the characteristics of streaming applications to yield a highly efficient, cross-layer solution.

+ Description
  • This problem significantly differs from existing work on broadcast and multicast in ad hoc networks because of the highly dynamic topology of vehicular networks and the strict delay requirements of streaming applications. This project presents a solution for intervehicular communications, called Streaming Urban Video (SUV), that

  • is fully distributed and dynamically adapts to topology changes, and

  • leverages the characteristics of streaming applications to yield a highly efficient, cross-layer solution.

  • To solve the scheduling problem

  • To optimize the spacial separation of concurrent streaming transmissions

+ Aim & Objectives
  • To solve the scheduling problem

  • To optimize the spacial separation of concurrent streaming transmissions

  • Whenever a collision occurs, SUV leverages the properties of video coding to design a collision-resolution mechanism and the characteristics of VBR traffic to efficiently exploit radio resources. Graph coloring is exploited to solve the scheduling problem and optimize the spacial separation of concurrent streaming transmissions.

+ Contribution
  • Whenever a collision occurs, SUV leverages the properties of video coding to design a collision-resolution mechanism and the characteristics of VBR traffic to efficiently exploit radio resources. Graph coloring is exploited to solve the scheduling problem and optimize the spacial separation of concurrent streaming transmissions.

  • OS : Window 7 (Cygwin) / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.

  • Simulator: NS 2.35, Language : TCL and AWK script, (C++)

+ Software Tools & Technologies
  • OS : Window 7 (Cygwin) / Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit.

  • Simulator: NS 2.35, Language : TCL and AWK script, (C++)

  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

+ Project Recommended For
  • B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech

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