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Advertisement Delivery and Display in Vehicular Networks

C.F. Chiasserini; F. Malandrino; M. Sereno


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    <subfield code="a">This work was supported through the 5G-Crosshaul project (H2020-671598) and by Fondazione CRT under the initiative La Ricerca dei Talenti.
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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Advertisement delivery is expected to play a crucial&amp;nbsp;role in future vehicular networks. In this paper, we address&amp;nbsp;such a problem in vehicular networks, where advertisements&amp;nbsp;(ads) can be broadcasted by roadside units (RSU) as well as&amp;nbsp;vehicles, and then displayed to interested users. We describe the&lt;br&gt;
advertisement dissemination process by means of an optimization&amp;nbsp;model that aims at maximizing the number of ads that users&amp;nbsp;display within the target area and validity period of the ad.&lt;br&gt;
We then solve the optimization problem, obtaining the optimal&amp;nbsp;scheduling strategy that RSUs and vehicles should adopt for&amp;nbsp;ad broadcasting. Our study highlights the important role that&amp;nbsp;vehicle-to-vehicle communication will have in ads delivery. Also,&amp;nbsp;it shows how coexisting vehicular and cellular networks can&lt;br&gt;
effectively complement each other, with vehicular networks being&amp;nbsp;a very efficient means for pervasive ad dissemination.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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