Volume 17, No 2, 2020
Optimized Node Clustering based on Received Signal Strength with Particle Ordered-filter Routing Used in VANET
Dr. Bhopendra Singh, P. Kavitha, R. Regin, Dr.K. Praghash, S. Sujatha and Dr.S. Suman Rajest
VANET is a critical and demanding mission. Numerous methods exist, but none profits in a distributed fashion from physical layer parameters. This paper describes a method that enables individual nodes to estimate node density, independent of beacon messages, and other infrastructure-based information, of their surrounding network. In this paper, a discrete simulator of events was proposed to estimate the average number of simultaneously transmitting nodes, a functional channel model for the VANETs system, and a method of estimating node density. Proposed based on some equations to allow individual nodes to estimate their surrounding node density in real-time Optimized Node Cluster Algorithm with Network Density in which the composition of a cluster is triggered adjacent, these traffic signals is the same and has been predicated mostly on the position a vehicle might well take after crossing. Additional Ordered Tracking with Particle -Filter Routing in which receives simultaneous signal intensity versus node transmission and node density transmission. Conduct multiple location-related analyzes to test the plausibility of the neighboring single-hop nodes on mobility data. The system is designed to operate in the most complex situations where nodes have little knowledge of network topology and the results, therefore, indicate that the system is fairly robust and accurate.
Keywords: VANET, Received Signal Strength, Node Density, Cloud, Particle -Filter Routing.