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Geographic admission control for vehicle area networks
2009 IEEE Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference (APSCC)
A vehicle area network (VAN) is a local area network deployed onboard a moving vehicle, e.g., a train, bus, or a private car, to provide high-speed Internet access to the passengers. A VAN may face temporary network disconnection when the vehicle passes through challenging radio environments, e.g., deep tunnels. Such disconnections disrupt the ongoing network services causing passenger dissatisfaction. Given that tunnel locations are known, we propose to use geographical knowledge in thedoi:10.1109/apscc.2009.5394137 fatcat:irrge23v75h4lldfdb66ybryxa