Publish-Subscribe Service in ICN-based Vehicular Network
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ICN Research Group                                               H. Kim
Internet Draft                                                  K. Choi
Intended status: Informational                                  H. Jung
Expires: December 31, 2019                                       S. Kim
                                                                   ETRI
                                                           July 4, 2019

          Publish-Subscribe Service in ICN-based Vehicular Network
                      draft-kim-icnrg-pubsubvn-00.txt

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Abstract

   As autonomous vehicle is becoming a major research in automotive
   engineering, the importance of vehicular network is also increasing.
   Content-oriented vehicular network requires new communication

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   architecture that is different from the existing IP-based
   architecture. ICN is one of the best alternatives for vehicular
   network to serve as communication infrastructure. ICN only supports
   pull-based communication. Therefore, an efficient communication
   method is needed for disseminating safety information for vehicles,
   and the publish/subscribe(pub/sub) system can be a good alternative.
   This document proposes a pub/sub service architecture and procedures
   for disseminating safety information between vehicles and
   infrastructure.

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction ................................................ 2
   2. Pub/Sub Service Architecture for ICN-based Vehicular Network  3
      2.1. Pub/Sub Applications ................................... 3
      2.2. Pub/Sub Service Architecture ........................... 3
      2.3. Name Structure ......................................... 4
   3. Pub/Sub Service Procedure ................................... 5
      3.1. Publish Procedure ...................................... 5
      3.2. Data Synchronization Procedure ......................... 6
      3.3. Subscribe Procedure .................................... 7
   4. Open Research Challenges .................................... 7
   5. IANA Considerations ......................................... 8
   6. Security Considerations ..................................... 8
   7. References .................................................. 9
      7.1. Normative References ................................... 9
      7.2. Informative References ................................. 9
   8. Acknowledgments ............................................. 9

1. Introduction

   ICN is one of the future internet alternatives, which focuses on
   contents rather than connectivity. ICN has unique attributes such as
   location independent naming, in-network caching, name-based routing
   and built-in security [BARI12].

   The vehicular network helps to exchange information between
   infrastructure and vehicles by providing driver assistance such as
   safety, traffic information and other value-added services [WANG19].
   ICN is one of the best alternatives to efficiently communicate the
   safety information in the vehicular network [KHEL19].

   The pub/sub system supports asynchronous one-to-many communication
   and is one of best ways to broadcast events [TARA12]. The pub/sub
   system in ICN-based vehicular network can be a solution to
   efficiently disseminate information in terms of events to vehicle

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   users who desire the information. The advantage of this architecture
   has in-network caching of ICN and information dissemination of the
   pub/sub system.

   This document represents an ICN-based pub/sub service architecture
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