His scientific interests lie mostly in Computer network, Wireless ad hoc network, Vehicular ad hoc network, Mobile ad hoc network and Mobile computing. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Wireless and Wireless network. His Wireless ad hoc network research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer security, SIMPLE, Mobility model and Mobile radio.
Juan-Carlos Cano has included themes like Intelligent transportation system, Real-time computing and Flooding in his Vehicular ad hoc network study. Juan-Carlos Cano has researched Mobile ad hoc network in several fields, including Quality of service and Protocol stack. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Distributed computing, Network performance, Node and Mobile device.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Vehicular ad hoc network, Wireless ad hoc network, Mobile ad hoc network and Distributed computing. His Computer network research includes elements of Wireless and Wireless network. His Vehicular ad hoc network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Computer security, Key, Intelligent transportation system and Real-time computing.
His work focuses on many connections between Wireless ad hoc network and other disciplines, such as Mobile computing, that overlap with his field of interest in Mobile device. Mobile ad hoc network is frequently linked to Quality of service in his study. His study in Zone Routing Protocol is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol and Distance-vector routing protocol.
Juan-Carlos Cano spends much of his time researching Real-time computing, Computer network, Protocol, Wireless and Distributed computing. His research on Real-time computing also deals with topics like
His studies in Wireless ad hoc network integrate themes in fields like The Internet and Network packet. His Protocol research includes themes of Overhead and Reduction. His Distributed computing research integrates issues from Swarm behaviour and Edge computing.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Real-time computing, Computer network, Mobile computing, Wireless ad hoc network and Wireless. His Real-time computing research incorporates elements of Scalability, Terrain and Real-time simulation. He combines Computer network and Search and rescue in his research.
His Mobile computing study combines topics in areas such as Bluetooth, Mobile device and Internet privacy. He combines subjects such as Cellular network, Network packet, Android, Context awareness and The Internet with his study of Wireless ad hoc network. His Wireless research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dissemination and Network interface.
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A survey and comparative study of simulators for vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs)
Francisco J. Martinez;Chai Keong Toh;Juan-Carlos Cano;Carlos T. Calafate.
communications and mobile computing (2011)
Routing mechanisms for mobile ad hoc networks based on the energy drain rate
Dongkyun Kim;J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves;K. Obraczka;J.-C. Cano.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (2003)
A performance comparison of energy consumption for Mobile Ad Hoc Network routing protocols
J.-C. Cano;P. Manzoni.
modeling analysis and simulation on computer and telecommunication systems (2000)
Review: An overview of vertical handover techniques: Algorithms, protocols and tools
Johann Márquez-Barja;Carlos T. Calafate;Juan-Carlos Cano;Pietro Manzoni.
Computer Communications (2011)
Providing accident detection in vehicular networks through OBD-II devices and Android-based smartphones
Jorge Zaldivar;Carlos T. Calafate;Juan Carlos Cano;Pietro Manzoni.
local computer networks (2011)
Emergency Services in Future Intelligent Transportation Systems Based on Vehicular Communication Networks
F J Martinez;Chai-Keong Toh;Juan-Carlos Cano;C T Calafate.
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine (2010)
CityMob: A Mobility Model Pattern Generator for VANETs
F.J. Martinez;J.-C. Cano;C.T. Calafate;P. Manzoni.
international conference on communications (2008)
HOP: achieving efficient anonymity in MANETs by combining HIP, OLSR, and pseudonyms
Javier Campos;Carlos T. Calafate;Marga Nácher;Pietro Manzoni.
conference on object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications (2011)
Power-aware routing based on the energy drain rate for mobile ad hoc networks
Dongkyun Kim;J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves;K. Obraczka;J.C. Cano.
international conference on computer communications and networks (2002)
Improving Selfish Node Detection in MANETs Using a Collaborative Watchdog
Enrique Hernandez-Orallo;M. D. Serrat;J. Cano;C. T. Calafate.
IEEE Communications Letters (2012)
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