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OpenFlow based Topology Discovery Service in Software Defined Vehicular Networks : limitations and future approaches

Abstract : This paper presents our ongoing work towards the definition of an effective topology discovery service for SDN based hybrid vehicular networks. The main contributions of this paper are threefold: (1) an analysis of the main limitations of the "de facto" topology discovery service when applied to vehicular networks; (2) a quantitative assessment of its traffic overhead and the required computing resources at the controller to show the scalability issues that it raises; and (3) an insight into our design principles for an effective topology discovery service for SDN-based hybrid vehicular networks.
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Soufian Toufga, Slim Abdellatif, Philippe Owezarski, Thierry Villemur. OpenFlow based Topology Discovery Service in Software Defined Vehicular Networks : limitations and future approaches. IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), Dec 2018, Taipei, Taiwan. ⟨hal-01951191⟩

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