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Navigation function design for backbone connectivity in vehicle ad hoc networks. (English) Zbl 1219.68027
Summary: Backbone connectivity is a critical and challenging problem in vehicle ad hoc networks. Just like base stations in cellular networks, the backbones or mobile base stations in vehicle ad hoc networks play important roles in location management and engineering applications. In this paper, we discuss the one-to-one connectivity by extending the navigation functions, and present the integrated power and mobility navigation functions. Considering the interference between the backbones, we describe the interference alleviating navigation function design. We establish the control laws, describe the numerical computation, and discuss the stability of the navigation system at the end.
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68M10Network design and communication of computer systems
05C90Applications of graph theory
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