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The automotive industry is currently focusing on the research and development of the IEEE 802.11p technology to support V2V and V2I communications. However, connected vehicles will benefit from exploiting heterogeneous communications technologies to satisfy the diverse functional and operational requirements of vehicular applications under variable context conditions. In this context, a key aspect is the adequate selection and management of the different radio access technologies that will bedoi:10.1109/rndm.2015.7325243 dblp:conf/mwcn/SepulcreGAK15 fatcat:jp27jrdkevgqlkp5cjvgc2cy4i