Self-Adaptive Efficient Dynamic Multi-Hop Clustering (SA-EDMC) Approach for Improving VANET’s Performance
Keywords:ITS, Traffic Safety, Multi-hop Clustering, Dynamic Clustering, Quality of Service, VANETs
Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) are mainly used in the intelligent transportation field for smart applications. VANETS received maximum concentration among the researchers in academic research. Providing traffic safety at the time of high mobility in the network is the major issue. Also, it consists of few general issues namely self-organization, link failure and speedy variation in topology. In order to address this issue, we developed a novel approach namely, Self-Adaptive Efficient Dynamic Multi-Hop Clustering (SA-EDMC) approach which is designed to reduce the delay and energy consumption in the VANETs that leads to increase the efficiency and overall Quality of Service (QoS) of the network. This approach is composed into four parts (1) network construction, (2) prime cluster head selection, (3) dynamic prime CH selection and (4) gateway creation. Network simulator is utilized to demonstrate the behavior of our SA-EDMC approach. The simulation evaluation exhibits that our proposed work achieved high packet delivery ratio, low delay and high throughput when compared with earlier research outputs like MCA-V2I and QMM-VANET. The comparative analysis expressed that performance of the proposed SA-EDMC is ~5% increase in packet delivery ratio, produced 300 to 500 kbps extra throughput compared with the earlier methods and delay is comparatively low.
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