Poisson Cox Point Processes for Vehicular Networks

This paper analyzes statistical properties of the Poisson line Cox point process useful in the modeling of vehicular networks. The point process is created by a two-stage construction: a Poisson line process to model road infrastructure and independent Poisson point processes, conditionally on the Poisson lines, to model vehicles on the roads. The authors derive basic properties of the point process, including the general quadratic position of the points, the nearest distance distribution, the Laplace functional, the densities of facets of the Cox–Voronoi tessellation, and the asymptotic behavior of the typical Voronoi cell under vehicular densification. These properties are closely linked to features that are important in vehicular networks.


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  • Accession Number: 01685887
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Oct 18 2018 2:08PM