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© 2013 IEEE. This paper addresses traffic engineering (TE) issues in software-defined vehicular networking (SDVN). A brief analysis of the features of SDVN, which improves the efficiency of TE in SDVN, is presented. The feasibility of using multi-path routing with TE is substantiated. A procedure and an example of the formation of multiple routes based on a modified wave routing algorithm are given. Considering the features of the SDVN technology, a modified TE method is proposed, which reduces both the time complexity of forming multiple paths and the path reconfiguration time. The dynamic path reconfiguration algorithm is presented.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Intelligent transportation system (ITS), multi-path routing, software-defined network, traffic engineering (TE)
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Abugabah, Ahed; Alzubi, Ahmad Ali; Alfarraj, Osama; Al-Maitah, Mohammed; and Alnumay, Waleed S., "Intelligent traffic engineering in software-defined vehicular networking based on multi-path routing" (2020). All Works. 2060.
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