Sensitivity analysis for a realistic vehicular mobility model


In this article, we consider a realistic vehicular mobility model, VehILux, and use a sensitivity analysis method to quantitatively study the influence and interdependencies of its parameters. The analysis reveals several properties in the set of parameters. Some are identified as irrelevant to the output while some have stronger impact than expected. This analysis is proposed as a preliminary step to the mobility model optimization, as it permits to significantly reduce the parameters search space.

Proceedings of the first ACM international symposium on Design and analysis of intelligent vehicular networks and applications