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Performance Analysis of Cache-Based V-to-V Broadcasting in Metropolitan Cities

EasyChair Preprint no. 13210

16 pagesDate: May 7, 2024


With the rapid advancements in vehicular networks and the increasing demand for reliable and efficient communication in metropolitan cities, cache-based vehicle-to vehicle (V-to-V) broadcasting has emerged as a promising solution. This paper presents a comprehensive performance analysis of cache-based V-to-V broadcasting in metropolitan cities, aiming to evaluate its effectiveness and potential for improving information dissemination among vehicles.


The study begins by introducing the concept of cache-based V-to-V broadcasting, where vehicles equipped with caches store and forward relevant information to nearby vehicles, creating a distributed content delivery network. The analysis considers various performance metrics, including latency, delivery ratio, scalability, and resource utilization, to assess the efficiency and feasibility of cache-based broadcasting.


To conduct the analysis, a simulation environment is developed, taking into account realistic urban traffic patterns, road conditions, and vehicle mobility models. Different scenarios are considered, such as varying vehicle densities, cache sizes, and content popularity distributions. The simulation results are then analyzed to identify the strengths and limitations of cache-based V-to-V broadcasting in metropolitan cities.

Keyphrases: Cache-based V-to-V broadcasting, Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC), Metropolitan Cities, performance analysis, Vehicular to Vehicular communication

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  author = {Ayuns Luz and Godwin Olaoye and Harold Jonathan},
  title = {Performance Analysis of Cache-Based V-to-V Broadcasting in Metropolitan Cities},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 13210},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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