OMNeT++ is an extensible, modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators. ”Network” is meant in a broader sense that includes wired and wireless communication networks, on-chip networks, queueing networks, and so on. Domain-specific functionality such as support for sensor networks, wireless ad-hoc networks, Internet protocols, performance modeling, photonic networks, etc., is provided by model frameworks, developed as independent projects. OMNeT++ offers an Eclipse-based IDE, a graphical runtime environment, and a host of other tools. There are extensions for real-time simulation, network emulation, alternative programming languages (Java, C#), database integration, SystemC integration, and several other functions.

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  1. Keskin, Muhammed Emre: A column generation heuristic for optimal wireless sensor network design with mobile sinks (2017)
  2. Kunz, Georg; Stoffers, Mirko; Landsiedel, Olaf; Wehrle, Klaus; Gross, James: Parallel expanded event simulation of tightly coupled systems (2016)
  3. Abid, Mohamed Amine; Belghith, Abdelfettah; Drira, Khalil: SARP: a dynamically readjustable period size proactive routing protocol for MANETs (2015)
  4. Buchholz, Peter; Felko, Iryna: PH-graphs for analyzing shortest path problems with correlated traveling times (2015)
  5. D’Angelo, Gianlorenzo; D’Emidio, Mattia; Frigioni, Daniele; Romano, Daniele: Enhancing the computation of distributed shortest paths on power-law networks in dynamic scenarios (2015)
  6. D’Emidio, Mattia; Frigioni, Daniele; Navarra, Alfredo: Explore and repair graphs with black holes using mobile entities (2015)
  7. Keskin, M. Emre; Altınel, İ. Kuban; Aras, Necati: Combining simulated annealing with Lagrangian relaxation and weighted Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition for integrated design decisions in wireless sensor networks (2015)
  8. Khalaf, Mustafa Bani; Al-Dubai, Ahmed Y.; Min, Geyong: New efficient velocity-aware probabilistic route discovery schemes for high mobility Ad hoc networks (2015)
  9. Ewald, Roland; Uhrmacher, Adelinde M.: SESSL: a domain-specific language for simulation experiments (2014)
  10. Karl, Andrew T.; Eubank, Randy; Milovanovic, Jelena; Reiser, Mark; Young, Dennis: Using rngstreams for parallel random number generation in C++ and R (2014)
  11. Shafiei, H.; Khonsari, A.; Derakhshi, H.; Mousavi, P.: Detection and mitigation of sinkhole attacks in wireless sensor networks (2014)
  12. Banković, Zorana; Fraga, David; Moya, José Manuel; Vallejo, Juan Carlos; Malagón, Pedro; Araujo, Álvaro; de Goyeneche, Juan-Mariano; Romero, Elena; Blesa, Javier; Villanueva, Daniel; Nieto-Taladriz, Octavio: Bio-inspired enhancement of reputation systems for intelligent environments (2013) ioport
  13. Brocco, Amos: The grid, the load and the gradient. A bio-inspired approach to load balancing (2013) ioport
  14. Cicerone, Serafino; D’Angelo, Gianlorenzo; Di Stefano, Gabriele; Frigioni, Daniele; Maurizio, Vinicio: Engineering a new algorithm for distributed shortest paths on dynamic networks (2013)
  15. Cugola, Gianpaolo; Margara, Alessandro: Deployment strategies for distributed complex event processing (2013) ioport
  16. Galati, Adriano; Djemame, Karim; Greenhalgh, Chris: A mobility model for shopping mall environments founded on real traces (2013) ioport
  17. Konovalov, A. M.; Kotenko, I. V.; Shorov, A. V.: Simulation-based study of botnets and defense mechanisms against them (2013)
  18. Borri, Alessandro; Pola, Giordano; Di Benedetto, Maria D.: A symbolic approach to the design of nonlinear networked control systems (2012)
  19. Dong, Bin; Li, Xiuqiao; Wu, Qimeng; Xiao, Limin; Ruan, Li: A dynamic and adaptive load balancing strategy for parallel file system with large-scale I/O servers (2012) ioport
  20. Koohi, Somayyeh; Hessabi, Shaahin: Scalable architecture for a contention-free optical network on-chip (2012) ioport

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