VANET Routing and Trust Model Evaluation Using Artificial Bee Colony Algorithm

. Rakhi, G. L Pahuja


Vehicular ad-hoc network contains of very intelligent vehicles on the pathways and give communication service to the dives in the network or can connect with the roadside devices. In the near future it will provide many service and fast delivery of information with minimal delay. It is the modern technology which is mixing the wireless networking to vehicles. The main goal of the VANET system is to provide uninterrupted connectivity to the vehicular users on road, smart vehicle to vehicle interaction without any interruptions is known as intelligent transportation system (ITS). In this paper, we present a review on the VANET, its trust issues, how routing is done in VANET. Different routing and the type of trust models with which routing takes place are discussed. Comparison of parameter such as throughput, bit-error rate and delay are done on the basis of, with optimization and without optimization according to number of rounds.

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