1. Packet loss correction in vehicle communication networks
Coding and information Transmission
The development of vehicle communication networks, which will mostly (completely, in the future) exclude a person from the driving process, is one of the priority areas in the field of communications. Providing traffic safety in vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication networks imposes high reliability, low delay, and complexity requirements on the packets exchange. In the existing standards for V2V networks, information is transmitted in packets (MACs) of length about a few thousand bits. In particular, geographical location data, the direction of movement as well as some emergency information about fast changes in the traffic situation are transmitted. An additional important fact which should be taken into account is that a significant part of the transmitted data plays an extremely important role in ensuring road safety but quickly becomes completely useless. The goal of this project is to develop coding and decoding procedures for the packet level of networks taking into account the above-mentioned restrictions.
Graduation Theses defence year
Irina Bocharova, Boris Kudryashov, Vitaly Skachek
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