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Falko Dressler, Frank Kargl, Jörg Ott, Ozan K. Tonguz and Lars Wischhof, "Research Challenges in Inter-Vehicular Communication - Lessons of the 2010 Dagstuhl Seminar," IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 49 (5), pp. 158–164, May 2011.


Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) has become an extremely hot topic in network research, opening up new research challenges well beyond those of classical Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) research. In October 2010, a Dagstuhl seminar has been organized bringing together many of the internationally leading experts in this field to discuss open issues and challenges related to IVC. This article reports the main findings of this meeting, that was set up to cover a wide range of topics. In particular, the following four areas were studied in working groups: Fundamental Limits and Opportunities of IVC, IVC Communication Principles and Patterns, Security and Privacy in IVC, and Simulation, IVC and engineered, Modeling. A general conclusion drawn is that IVC is now at a turning point where the first generation systems are and will soon be brought to market while, at the same time, IVC is experiencing the beginning of a new era characterized by a more fundamental research approach.

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Falko Dressler
Frank Kargl
Jörg Ott
Ozan K. Tonguz
Lars Wischhof

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    author = {Dressler, Falko and Kargl, Frank and Ott, J{\"{o}}rg and Tonguz, Ozan K. and Wischhof, Lars},
    doi = {10.1109/MCOM.2011.5762813},
    title = {{Research Challenges in Inter-Vehicular Communication - Lessons of the 2010 Dagstuhl Seminar}},
    pages = {158--164},
    journal = {IEEE Communications Magazine},
    issn = {0163-6804},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    month = {5},
    number = {5},
    volume = {49},
    year = {2011},

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