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[D] Help with architecture for V2V link duration

Hey all I was wondering if you guys had any recommendations for the type of architecture I should use to estimate the link duration between two vehicles in a VANET.

What I’m thinking right now is to have a MLP network that takes certain parameters (vehicle speed, lane, number of lanes, distance to intersection, traffic conditions, etc.) and feeds the output of that into an LSTM. The reason I suggest an LSTM is because the link duration, or lifetime, is constantly changing based on the parameters that I previously mentioned. To my knowledge an LSTM is good for temporal data. However, I have a feeling that my intuition may be off here and I was wondering if somebody would care to chime in.

Thanks!

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