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Analysis of Routing Algorithms for VANET Networks by Simulation Methods

Student: Ruslan Zamaletdinov

Supervisor: Alexander I. Deryabin

Faculty: Faculty of Economics, Management, and Business Informatics

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2020

Title of the graduation qualification work: "Analysis of routing algorithms for VANET networks by simulation methods." Author: Zamaletdinov Ruslan Aidarovich. Faculty of Economics, Management and Business Informatics, group BI-16-2. Scientific director: Deryabin Aleksandr Ivanovich Ph.D., Associate Professor, Associate Professor, Department of Information Technologies in Business, Higher School of Economics - Perm This paper presents materials related to the design and analysis of routing algorithms for VANET networks in NetLogo. The focus of the work is a review of existing routing algorithms for VANET networks, as well as the use of one of such algorithms to solve the deployment problem in transport networks. In the course of the work, such concepts as an agent, multi-agent system were studied in detail, an algorithm was selected, its simulation was carried out using the NetLogo environment, after which the algorithm was used to solve the optimal placement problem in VANET networks. The study was performed on 42 sheets using 25 sources. Coursework contains 3 tables, 2 formulas and 9 figures.

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