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Automotive Informatics and Communicative Systems: Principles in Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange

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Automotive Informatics and Communicative Systems: Principles in Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange introduces advanced information technologies applied in the automotive industry. Presenting advanced research works in secure remote monitoring and control of vehicles, this book provides future trends of information technologies in the automotive domain.

Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. Editorial Advisory Board
  3. List of Reviewers
  4. Foreword
  5. Preface
  6. Acknowledgment
  7. Introduction: An Emerging Area of Vehicular Networks and Data Exchange
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. CAR COMMUNICATIONS
    4. CONSORTIUMS AND INITIATIVES
    5. SAFESPOT
    6. PReVENT
    7. EASIS
    8. SEVECOM
    9. USDOT
    10. AUTOSAR
    11. FUTURE TRENDS
    12. CONCLUSION
  8. REFERENCES
  9. Drive by Wire Systems: Impact on Vehicle Safety and Performance
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. DRIVE BY WIRE SYSTEMS: CURRENT STATE OF THE ART
    4. PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENTS AND ACTIVE SAFETY VIA DRIVE BY WIRE SYSTEMS
    5. TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR DRIVE BY WIRE SYSTEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
    6. SENSOR ANALYTICAL REDUNDANCY IN A STEER BY WIRE SYSTEM
    7. SIMULATION RESULTS
    8. FUTURE TRENDS
    9. CONCLUDING REMARKS
  10. REFERENCES
  11. Electromagnetic Compatibility Issues in Automotive Communications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. AUTOMOTIVE EMC REQUIREMENTS
    4. CISPR 12
    5. CISPR 25
    6. SOURCES OF ELECTRONIC NOISE
    7. EM COUPLING PATHS
    8. EMC ISSUES WITH AUTOMOTIVE NETWORKS
    9. MOST
    10. EMC DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
    11. CONCLUSION
  12. REFERENCES
  13. Automotive Network Architecture for ECUs Communications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. EVOLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY
    4. POWER LINE COMMUNICATION (PLC) NETWORKS: AN ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION
    5. WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN AUTOMOBILES
    6. CONCLUSION
  14. REFERENCES
    1. KEY TERMS
  15. Enabling Secure Wireless Real-Time Vehicle Monitoring and Control
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. II. BACKGROUND
    4. III. OVERVIEW OF CAN TECHNOLOGIES
    5. IV. EXAMPLE DEPLOYMENT OF CAN NETWORK IN VEHICLES
    6. V. MANUFACTUERE-SPECIFIC CAN AND LOCATION DATA
    7. VI. VEHICLE APPLICATIONS USING CAN BUS DATA
    8. VII. OTHER IN-VEHICLE NETWORKING STANDARDS
    9. VIII. REMOTE DATE COMMUNICATIONS
    10. IX. DATA SECURITY
    11. X. AN OVERALL ARCHITECTURE
    12. XI. FUTURE TRENDS
    13. XII. CONCLUSION
  16. REFERENCES
  17. MAC and Routing Protocols for Vehicle to Vehicle Communications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
    3. MAC PROTOCOLS FOR VEHICLE TO VEHICLE NETWORKS
    4. ROUTING PROTOCOLS
    5. CONCLUSION
  18. REFERENCES
  19. Inter-Vehicular Communications Using Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. LOCATION ROUTING ALGORITHM WITH CLUSTER-BASED FLOODING (LORA-CBF)
    4. MICROSCOPIC TRAFFIC SIMULATION MODEL
    5. VALIDATION OF THE MODEL
    6. SIMULATION METRICS
    7. SIMULATION RESULTS
    8. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LORA-CBF ALGORITHM ON A TESTBED
    9. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK
  20. REFERENCES
  21. The Role of Communications in Cyber-Physical Vehicle Applications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BACKGROUND
    4. CENTRALIZED CONTROL
    5. WTRP
    6. MRBP
    7. DISTRIBUTED CONTROL
    8. RNP
    9. INTERACTION OF AUTOMOBILES WITH TRAFFIC SIGNALS
    10. COOPERATIVE ROUTE PLANNING
    11. CONCLUSION
  22. REFERENCES
  23. Integrating Traffic Flow Features to Characterize the Interference in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. VEHICULAR AD HOC NETWORKS
    4. OUR STUDY SCOPE
    5. INTERFERENCE IN VANETS
    6. RELATED WORK
    7. SYSTEM MODEL
    8. EXPECTED INTERFERENCE UNDER DYNAMIC TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
    9. CONCLUSION
  24. REFERENCES
    1. ENDNOTES
  25. Proactive Traffic Merging Strategies for Sensor-Enabled Cars
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BACKGROUND
    4. FLOW CONTROL STRATEGIES
    5. PROACTIVE MERGING ALGORITHMS
    6. EVALUATION
    7. FUTURE TRENDS
    8. CONCLUSION
  26. REFERENCES
  27. The Localisation Problem in Cooperative Vehicle Applications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. COOPERATIVE VEHICLE APPLICATIONS A SPATIO-TEMPORAL PROBLEM
    4. LOCALISATION CONSTRAINTS IN REAL TRAFFIC ENVIRONMENTS
    5. ANALYSIS OF SPATIAL NEEDS ON REPRESENTATIVE USE CASES
    6. CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION
  28. REFERENCES
  29. An Overview of Positioning and Data Fusion Techniques Applied to Land Vehicle Navigation Systems
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. CONTEXT AND PROBLEM STATEMENT
    4. SENSORS MODELS
    5. DATA FUSION TECHNIQUES
    6. ROBUST AND ADAPTIVE POSITION ESTIMATE IN PRESENCE OF SENSORS FAULTS
    7. COLLABORATIVE DATA FUSION SYSTEMS
    8. CONCLUDING REMARKS AND FUTURE TRENDS
    9. ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  30. REFERENCES
  31. Efficient and Reliable Pseudonymous Authentication
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BACKGROUND
    4. SAFETY AND SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
    5. EXAMPLE SCENARIO
    6. ADVERSARY MODEL
    7. SYSTEM MODEL
    8. PROBLEM AND APPROACH OVERVIEW
    9. SCHEME OUTLINE
    10. OPTIMIZATIONS
    11. CRYPTOGRAPHIC OVERHEAD
    12. OPTIMIZATION EVALUATION
    13. CONCLUSION AND FUTUREWORK
  32. REFERENCES
  33. Simulation of VANET Applications
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BACKGROUND
    4. GENERAL FEATURES OF VANET SIMULATORS
    5. IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
    6. SIMULATION OF REPRESENTATIVE CITY AND HIGHWAY APPLICATION SCENARIOS
    7. CONCLUSION
  34. REFERENCES
  35. In-Vehicle Network Architecture for the Next-Generation Vehicles
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. INTRODUCTION
    3. BACKGROUND
    4. INTERCONNECTION OF NETWORK PARTITIONS
    5. SIMULATION MODELS FOR ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS IN-VEHICLE NETWORK TOPOLOGIES
    6. FUTURE TRENDS
    7. CONCLUSION
  36. REFERENCES
  37. Compilation of References
  38. About the Contributors
  39. Index