ACR: a cluster-based routing protocol for VANET

by   Saeid Pourroostaei Ardakani, et al.

Clustering is a technique used in network routing to enhance the performance and conserve the network resources. This paper presents a cluster-based routing protocol for VANET utilizing a new addressing scheme in which each node gets an address according to its mobility pattern. Hamming distance technique is used then to partition the network in an address-centric manner. The simulation results show that this protocol enhances routing reachability, whereas reduces routing end-to-end delay and traffic received comparing with two benchmarks namely AODV and DSDV.


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