|Editors: Ming-Tuo Zhou ( Wireless Communications Laboratory, National Inst. of Information and Communications Technology , Singapore) Yan Zhang (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway) Laurence T. Yang ( St. Francis Xavier Univ., Canada)
A number of wireless technologies have been developed in recent years to meet the increasing needs of high-speed wireless communications in civil and military applications. The advances include WiFi (IEEE 802.11), WiMAX (IEEE 802.16), sensor networks, wireless Mesh/Ad hoc networks, mobile IP, smart antenna, cognitive radio, and so on. These emerging technologies will significantly impact the design and operation of Intelligent Transportation Systems, which aims to effectively provide higher vehicles safety, traffic management, and communications among vehicles and transport infrastructure.
Organized into three parts, 'Wireless Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems' provides readers a thorough technical guide covering various wireless technologies developed in the most recent years for Intelligent Transportation Systems applications. It presents key technologies of circuits and physical layer, network protocols, system designs and applications. The broad content covers topics of radar sensor, radio channel modeling, smart antenna, medium access control, routing protocol, data dissemination, handover, security, mesh networking, road traffic estimation and monitoring, and location-based services.
This comprehensive book is a collection of basic concepts, major issues, design approaches, application examples, and future research directions of various advanced technologies developed for Intelligent Transportation Systems. With its broad coverage allowing cross reference, it serves as an essential reference for engineers, researchers, students, scientists, professors, designers and planners of Intelligent Transportation Systems.
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Table of Contents:
Part I: HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTATION AND PHYSICAL LAYER TECHNOLOGIES
Chapter 1. Radar Sensor Technology and Test Requirements in Automotive Applications, pp. 1-20
(Ramzi Aboujaoude, Anritsu Company, CA)
Chapter 2. Radio Channel Modeling for Vehicle-to-Vehicle/Road Communications, pp. 21-50
(David W. Matolak,Ohio University, Athens, OH)
Chapter 3. Smart Antenna in Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 51-84
(Minghui Li, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK;
Bang Wang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Yilong Lu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Ming-Tuo Zhou, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Singapore;
I-Ming Chen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Part 2: PROTOCOLS
Chapter 4. Cognitive Routing Protocol for Sensor-based Intelligent Transportation System, pp. 87-110
(Rajani Muraleedharan and Lisa Ann Osadciw, Syracuse University
Chapter 5. TDMA MAC Protocols for DSRC-based Intelligent Transportation Systems , pp. 111-132
(Fan Yu and Subir Biswas, Michigan State University, MI)
Chapter 6. Security of Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, pp. 133-174
(Zhengming Li, Zhou Wang, and Chunxiao Chigan, Michigan Tech. University, MI)
Chapter 7. Handoff Mechanisms in IEEE 802.16 Networks Supporting Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 175-204
(Bhuvaneswari Chellappan, Melody Moh, Teng-Sheng Moh, and Swathi Venugopal, San Jose State University
San Jose, CA, USA)
Chapter 8. Broadcast Techniques for Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, pp. 205-222
(Anis Laouiti, Telecom SudParis, Every France; Paul Muhlethaler and Yasser Toor, INRIA Paris Rocquencourt, Le Chesnay France)
Part 3: SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS
Chapter 9. Wireless and Information Technologies Supporting Intelligent Location-based Services, pp. 225-266
(C. Ray, Naval Academy Research Institute, Brest, France; F. Comblet, Ecole Nationale des Ingénieurs des Etudes et Techniques d’Armement,Brest, France; J.-M. Bonnin and Y.-M. Le Roux,Institut Telecom-Telecom Bretagne, Technopole Brest Iroise, Brest, France)
Chapter 10. Wireless Mesh Networks for Maritime Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 267-296
(Ming-Tuo Zhou and Hiroshi Harada, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Singapore;, Peng-Yong Kong and J. S. Pathmasuntharama, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore)
Chapter 11. Heterogeneous Networks and Mobile Management in Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 297-322
(Jean-Marie Bonnin, and Rayene Ben Rayana, Institut Telecom-Telecom Bretagne Technopole Brest Iroise, Brest, France)
Chapter 12. Routing and Data Dissemination in Intelligent Transportation System Networks, pp. 323-360
(Peter Laborczi and Attila Török, Institute for Applied Telecommunication Technologies, Budapest, Hungary; Miklos Mate and Rolland Vida, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Chapter 13. Road Traffic Estimation using Cellular Network Signaling in Intelligent Transportation Systems, pp. 361-392
(David Gundlegård and Johan M Karlsson, Linköping University
601 74 Norrköping)
Transportation Issues, Policies and R&D
| Binding: Hardcover
| Pub. Date: 2011
| Pages: 7 x 10, 403 pp.
| ISBN: 978-1-60741-588-6
| Status: AV