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ITS

Abbreviation for:
Independent Tribunal Service (now, the Appeals Service) 
inferior temporal sulcus
Initial Tracing Service  
insulin-transferrin-selenium
intertubercular sulcus
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The paper is structured as follows: the next section presents the modeling framework and lane-changing rules for BLIP in the V2V communication environment.
Notable contributions to the analytical characterization of non-WSSUS V2V channels have recently been made in [1719] on the basis of the geometry-based statistical modeling approach.
However, this strategy has the problem that it neglects the cases of high mobility and collisions that may hinder monitoring processes in V2V networks.
3 shows the detailed geometry-based three-ring geometric channel model based on relay cooperative scattering for MIMO V2V communication systems.
V2V and V2I technologies will make driving safer, even without the introduction of autonomous "self-driving" vehicles.
Reference [9] studied V2V communication at merging lanes on the highway, and [10] used local scattering functions to deal with measured data for several urban scenarios at 5.2 GHz, studying delay and Doppler spreads.
The idea of V2V in our paper is similar to the truck platoons [3-5].
While the IEEE 802.11p V2V standard delivers basic non-line-of-sight (NLOS) safety features, advanced V2V capabilities for sharing of raw vehicle sensor data and remote control of driverless cars will require enhanced Device-to-Device (D2D) and network-based cellular Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) technologies to be defined in 5G standards.
The infrastructure will also include all the necessary components for the integration of vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication (V2V and V2X).
CADILLAC BUILDS ON V2V DEPLOYMENT WITH V2I DEVELOPMENT
Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) deployment is coming for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications.
For example, research on connected vehicles indicates that vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) safety systems may cut up to 80 percent of those collisions that involve no driver impairment.