Undergraduate Thesis: Simulation Study of Vehicular Mobility in City Streets

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Abstract

Performance evaluation of vehicular network protocols require knowledge of different stochastic properties of the mobility model used in the evaluation. In this thesis work, the stochastic properties of vehicular mobility models in city has been modified and validated by popular simulator VANETSim which run simulation on real street map data. The developed model can be used as a generic framework for comprehensive analysis of other mobility models.

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Md Abdullah Al Alamin
Md Abdullah Al Alamin
Graduate Research Assistant at Data Intensive Software Analytics Lab (DISA)

My research interests include Software Engineering, Software Security, Adversarial Machine Learning.

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