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Old 11-28-2011, 04:05 AM   #1
alainflecha
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Question About MOVE


Hi!!
I am doing some research with MOVE for Vanet environment implementations. I am following the "step-by-step" guide available in their web page but I have some doubts and I didn't know where I could ask!

I don't have any problem with the configuration and all of that. I would like to know the units of what you configure:

when you determine the nodes (intersections) position (x,y)-> meters?
speed-> km/h or m/s
in flow-> begin/end (seconds, minutes...?)

I can't find any information on the Internet or their web page so it would be great if someone knew this!

Thanks in advance,
Alain
 
  


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