Routing Protocol using Fuzzy Logic for Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks
Siddhartha B S1, Sunil Kumar B R2, Arpitha K3, Shwetha S N4
1Siddhartha BS, Dept., of CSE, BGSIT, ACU, BG Nagar, Mandya, India.
2Sunil Kumar B R, Dept., of CSE, BGSIT, ACU, B G Nagar, Mandya, India.
3Arpitha K, Dept., of CSE, BGSIT, ACU, B G Nagar, Mandya, India.
4Shwetha S N, Dept., of CSE, BGSIT, ACU, B G Nagar, Mandya, India.
Manuscript received on 01 March 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 09 March 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2019 | PP: 4789-4794 | Volume-8 Issue-2, July 2019 | Retrieval Number: B2127078219/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B2127.078219
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Abstract: An ad hoc network is a set of wireless mobile hosts which form a provisional network without the help or central administration of an existing infrastructure. An Ad Hoc vehicle network (VANET) utilizes shifting cars as portable network servers are created. Each involved unit becomes a mobile router with a VANET. The technique of networking of VANET is fast and versatile investments of equipment and VANET will not be restricted by set topology. A big number of road based implementation of portable apps ranging from the dissemination of vehicle warning and vibrant path scheduling to the promotion of context and file sharing are anticipated to assist VANET. The primary issues are: routing, broadcasting, service quality (QoS), collision avoidance, traffic optimization, network management, low error tolerance, security. The most important issues are: The design of an effective VANET routing protocol is very difficult; a relatively more stable routings must be established by the routing protocol. A range of road protocols was developed to deal with the problem of routing. Several protocols do not influence the stream of vehicles through the longest track between the origin and the target. VANET routing protocols efficiency is dependent on different parameters, such as mobility model, operating atmosphere, and many more. Fuzzy logic has been used in the protocol planning studies for wireless Ad Hoc networks, given that it is nice to choose the highest secure path from the notion of the fuzzy sets. In the draft job fuse oriented routing protocol the car lifetime, car number of cars travelling along the same lines and the distance between the stubble regarded three significant considerations for track choice are taken into consideration.
Index Terms: Ad Hoc Network, Vehicular Ad Hoc Network (VANET), Dynamic Routing, Fuzzy logic.
Scope of the Article: Mobile Ad hoc Network