Soufiene Djahel
Soufiene Djahel
Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield, UK
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A communications-oriented perspective on traffic management systems for smart cities: Challenges and innovative approaches
S Djahel, R Doolan, GM Muntean, J Murphy
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 17 (1), 125-151, 2014
Mitigating packet dropping problem in mobile ad hoc networks: Proposals and challenges
S Djahel, F Nait-Abdesselam, Z Zhang
IEEE communications surveys & tutorials 13 (4), 658-672, 2010
Next road rerouting: A multiagent system for mitigating unexpected urban traffic congestion
S Wang, S Djahel, Z Zhang, J McManis
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 17 (10), 2888-2899, 2016
A comparative study of vehicles' routing algorithms for route planning in smart cities
VTN Nha, S Djahel, J Murphy
2012 First international workshop on vehicular traffic management for smart…, 2012
Toward energy-efficient and trustworthy eHealth monitoring system
A Sawand, S Djahel, Z Zhang, F Nait-Abdesselam
China Communications 12 (1), 46-65, 2015
A robust congestion control scheme for fast and reliable dissemination of safety messages in VANETs
S Djahel, Y Ghamri-Doudane
2012 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 2264-2269, 2012
Adaptive traffic management for secure and efficient emergency services in smart cities
S Djahel, M Salehie, I Tal, P Jamshidi
2013 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications…, 2013
Toward V2I communication technology-based solution for reducing road traffic congestion in smart cities
S Djahel, N Jabeur, R Barrett, J Murphy
2015 International Symposium on Networks, computers and communications…, 2015
A multi-agent based vehicles re-routing system for unexpected traffic congestion avoidance
S Wang, S Djahel, J McManis
17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems…, 2014
Smart adaptation of beacons transmission rate and power for enhanced vehicular awareness in vanets
S Zemouri, S Djahel, J Murphy
17th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems…, 2014
An Acknowledgment-Based Scheme to Defend Against Cooperative Black Hole Attacks in Optimized Link State Routing Protocol
AK Soufiene Djahel, Farid Nat-Abdesselam
IEEE ICC, 2780-2785, 2008
Reducing emergency services response time in smart cities: An advanced adaptive and fuzzy approach
S Djahel, N Smith, S Wang, J Murphy
2015 IEEE first international smart cities conference (ISC2), 1-8, 2015
A novel YOLO-Based real-time people counting approach
P Ren, W Fang, S Djahel
2017 international smart cities conference (ISC2), 1-2, 2017
Multidisciplinary approaches to achieving efficient and trustworthy eHealth monitoring systems
A Sawand, S Djahel, Z Zhang, F Nat-Abdesselam
2014 IEEE/CIC International Conference on Communications in China (ICCC…, 2014
A fast, reliable and lightweight distributed dissemination protocol for safety messages in Urban Vehicular Networks
S Zemouri, S Djahel, J Murphy
Ad Hoc Networks 27, 26-43, 2015
An altruistic prediction-based congestion control for strict beaconing requirements in urban VANETs
S Zemouri, S Djahel, J Murphy
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems 49 (12), 2582-2597, 2018
A cross layer approach for efficient multimedia data dissemination in VANETs
B Moussaoui, S Djahel, M Smati, J Murphy
Vehicular Communications 9, 127-134, 2017
A SUMO based evaluation of road incidents' impact on traffic congestion level in smart cities
D Smith, S Djahel, J Murphy
39th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks Workshops, 702-710, 2014
An adaptive and VANETs-based Next Road Re-routing system for unexpected urban traffic congestion avoidance
S Wang, S Djahel, J McManis
2015 IEEE vehicular networking conference (VNC), 196-203, 2015
Comprehensive performance analysis and comparison of vehicles routing algorithms in smart cities
S Wang, S Djahel, J McManis, C McKenna, L Murphy
Global Information Infrastructure Symposium-GIIS 2013, 1-8, 2013
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