As known, RIVER protocol is a geographic, V2V, street-based protocol which relies on anchor points (intersection points). How can it detect these anchor points without resorting to fixed infrastructures (or RSUs)? Is V2V communication behind that?

  • You should read the seminal paper and discuss it with the author, James Bernsen. His paper and e-mail address at the University of Kentucky are freely available. – Ron Maupin Mar 22 '16 at 18:42

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