ns-3 is a discrete-event network simulator, targeted primarily for research and educational use. ns-3 is free software, licensed under the GNU GPLv2 license, and is publicly available for research, development, and use. The goal of the ns-3 project is to develop a preferred, open simulation environment for networking research: it should be aligned with the simulation needs of modern networking research and should encourage community contribution, peer review, and validation of the software.

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  1. Kunz, Georg; Stoffers, Mirko; Landsiedel, Olaf; Wehrle, Klaus; Gross, James: Parallel expanded event simulation of tightly coupled systems (2016)
  2. Abid, Mohamed Riduan; Biaz, Sa^ad: Airtime ping-pong effect characterization in IEEE 802.11s wireless mesh networks (2015) ioport
  3. Barolli, Admir; Oda, Tetsuya; Ikeda, Makoto; Barolli, Leonard; Xhafa, Fatos; Loia, Vincenzo: Node placement for wireless mesh networks: analysis of WMN-GA system simulation results for different parameters and distributions (2015)
  4. Nekrasov, P.O.; Fakhriev, D.N.: Network information broadcasting in narrow band self-organizing networks (2015)
  5. Villalba, L.J.García; Orozco, A.L.Sandoval; Matesanz, J.García; Kim, T.-H.: E-D2HCP: enhanced distributed dynamic host configuration protocol (2014) ioport
  6. Thong, Wilson Wang-Kit; Chen, Guanrong: Jittering performance of random deflection routing in packet networks (2013)
  7. Kir’yanov, A.G.; Lyakhov, A.I.; Safonov, A.A.; Khorov, E.M.: A method to estimate efficiency of the connection control mechanisms in wireless self-organizing networks (2012)
  8. Carneiro, Gustavo; Fontes, Helder; Ricardo, Manuel: Fast prototyping of network protocols through ns-3 simulation model reuse (2011) ioport
  9. Font, Juan Luis; Iñigo, Pablo; Domínguez, Manuel; Sevillano, José Luis; Amaya, Claudio: Analysis of source code metrics from ns-2 and ns-3 network simulators (2011) ioport
  10. Zengin, Ahmet: Modeling discrete event scalable network systems (2011) ioport