Emerging Research Directions in Computer Science by Victor Pankratius

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Proc. of the 5th ACM International Workshop on Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET), pp. 39-48, San Francisco, California, USA, Sept. 2008. 3. : A Comparison of Single- and Multi-hop Beaconing in VANETs. Proc. of the 6th ACM International Workshop on Vehicular Ad Hoc Networking (VANET), pp. 69-78, Bejing, China, Sept. 2009. 4. : Bridging the Gap between Physical Layer Emulation and Network Simulation. Proc. of the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, Sydney, Autralia, Apr. 2010.

3 Heterogeneous Vehicular Communication Along with efforts to increase safety on the roads, vehicular communication is investigated to support non-safety related applications, such as green light optimized speed advisory or infotainment. The class of non-safety related applications is broad and varies in such aspects as accepted latency, required bandwidth, intended destination nodes, communication patterns, level of infrastructure in- 31 volvement and so on. Heterogeneous communication exploits various communication standards and is believed to be a suitable solution to support such applications, as heterogeneous communication itself, exhibits a wide range of technological capabilities and infrastructure features.

Moreover, to determine the lifetime or the mean-time-to-failure (MTTF) of a system in the early stage, the designers have to analyze the reliability issues resulting from the hard faults, especially related to the aging mechanisms. To resolve soft faults in real-time systems, one might integrate fault tolerance techniques and task scheduling. Moreover, as transient fault rates increase at lower supply voltages [16], one can trade the energy consumption for reliability by applying DVSR. To tolerate the hard and soft faults, task replication has been applied on redundant hardwares.

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