Telecommunication Departement, ENET'COM, University of Sfax,
Department of Telecommunications, ENET’COM,
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Nowadays, the peoples need more mobility and require more services and quality of service for communication. Thus, Ad’Hoc networks are of significant importance to ameliorate the quality of life. This kind of networks presents some problems like routing and security. Routing problems is are due to the random and rapid changes of the network topology. Security is the problem of all wireless networks since the radio frequency transmission can be easily intercepted by others.
The Vehicular Ad’hoc NETwork (VANET) is an example of Ad’Hoc networks. Effective vehicular connectivity techniques can significantly enhance the efficiency of travel, reduce traffic incidents, improve safety and then provide a more comfortable travel.
This special issue covers contributions towards Ad’Hoc Networks making particular attention on recent researches in vehicular networking technologies, and their applications.
Topics of Interest
In particular, the topic of interest includes, but is not limited to
1. Channel measurement, modeling, & simulation 2. Rooting in Ad’Hoc Networks 3. Security of Ad’Hoc Networks 4. Algorithms and protocols in Ad’Hoc networks 5. Network and QoS management for Ad’Hoc networks 6. Traffic management for VANET network 7. Applications of vehicular networks 8. Vehicle’s communications 9. Radio technologies and propagation model in VANET 10. Security and privacy in VANETs 11. Intrusion detection in VANETs 12. PKI-based authentication in VANETs 13. Liability, and dependability in VANETs 14. Performance evaluation tools and techniques for vehicular networks 15. Impact assessments of vehicular networks on safety, transportation efficiency, and the environment 16. Energy saving for electric and hybrid vehicles 17. Tools for traffic management 18. Distributed algorithms for data collection in VANET 19. Control of Electrical Vehicles