A Dynamic and Self-Adaptive Network Selection Method for Multimode Communications in Heterogeneous Vehicular Telematics


With the increasing demands for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure Communications in intelligent transportation systems, new generation of vehicular telematics inevitably depends on the cooperation of heterogeneous wireless networks. In heterogeneous vehicular telematics, the network selection is an important step to the realization of multimode Communications that use multiple access technologies and multiple radios during a collaborative manner. This paper presents an innovative network selection solution for the basic technological requirement of multimode Communications in heterogeneous vehicular telematics. To guarantee the QoS satisfaction of multiple mobile users and the economical utilization and fair allocation of heterogeneous network resources in a very international sense, a dynamic and self-adaptive technique for network selection is proposed. It is biologically inspired by the cellular gene network, that allows terminals to dynamically select an acceptable access network per the variety of QoS requirements and to the dynamic conditions of varied accessible networks. The experimental results prove the effectiveness of the bioinspired theme and ensure that the proposed network choice method provides higher global performance when compared with the utility operate technique with greedy optimization.

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