Currently, vehicles have the abilities to communicate with each other autonomously. For Internet of Vehicles (IoV), it is urgent to reduce the latency and improve the throughput for data transmission among vehicles. This article proposes a deep learning based transmission strategy by exploring trirelationships among vehicles. Specifically, we consider both the social and physical attributes of vehicles at the edge of IoV, i.e., edge of vehicles. The social features of vehicles are extracted to establish the network model by constructing triangle motif structures to obtain primary neighbors with close relationships. Additionally, the connection probabilities of nodes based on the characteristics of vehicles and devices can be estimated, by which a content sharing partner discovery algorithm is proposed based on convolutional neural network. Finally, the experiment results demonstrate the efficiency of our method with respect to various aspects, such as message delivery ratio, average latency, and percentage of connected devices.

Deep Learning in Edge of Vehicles: Exploring Trirelationship for Data Transmission

Mario Collotta;
2019

Abstract

Currently, vehicles have the abilities to communicate with each other autonomously. For Internet of Vehicles (IoV), it is urgent to reduce the latency and improve the throughput for data transmission among vehicles. This article proposes a deep learning based transmission strategy by exploring trirelationships among vehicles. Specifically, we consider both the social and physical attributes of vehicles at the edge of IoV, i.e., edge of vehicles. The social features of vehicles are extracted to establish the network model by constructing triangle motif structures to obtain primary neighbors with close relationships. Additionally, the connection probabilities of nodes based on the characteristics of vehicles and devices can be estimated, by which a content sharing partner discovery algorithm is proposed based on convolutional neural network. Finally, the experiment results demonstrate the efficiency of our method with respect to various aspects, such as message delivery ratio, average latency, and percentage of connected devices.
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