The Network Simulator - ns-2. Ns is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. Ns provides substantial support for simulation of TCP, routing, and multicast protocols over wired and wireless (local and satellite) networks. Ns began as a variant of the REAL network simulator in 1989 and has evolved substantially over the past few years. In 1995 ns development was supported by DARPA through the VINT project at LBL, Xerox PARC, UCB, and USC/ISI. Currently ns development is support through DARPA with SAMAN and through NSF with CONSER, both in collaboration with other researchers including ACIRI. Ns has always included substantal contributions from other researchers, including wireless code from the UCB Daedelus and CMU Monarch projects and Sun Microsystems. For documentation on recent changes, see the version 2 change log.

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  1. Anderton, William C.; Chakraborty, Trisha; Young, Maxwell: Windowed backoff algorithms for WiFi: theory and performance under batched arrivals (2021)
  2. Kunarak, Sunisa; Suleesathira, Raungrong: Multi-criteria vertical handoff decision algorithm for overlaid heterogeneous mobile IP networks (2020)
  3. Sun, Baolin; Gui, Chao; Song, Ying; Liu, Xiong; Zhang, Ruifan; Huang, Chengli: Quadratic permutation polynomials-based sliding window network coding algorithm in MANET (2019)
  4. Mehic, Miralem; Maurhart, Oliver; Rass, Stefan; Voznak, Miroslav: Implementation of quantum key distribution network simulation module in the network simulator NS-3 (2017)
  5. Narayan, D. G.; Mudenagudi, Uma: A cross-layer framework for joint routing and resource management in multi-radio infrastructure wireless mesh networks (2017)
  6. Yang, Xinhao; Xu, Sheng; Li, Ze: Consensus congestion control in multirouter networks based on multiagent system (2017)
  7. Deng, Ke; Li, Yang; Zhu, Weiping; Liu, Jun S.: Fast parameter estimation in loss tomography for networks of general topology (2016)
  8. Kunz, Georg; Stoffers, Mirko; Landsiedel, Olaf; Wehrle, Klaus; Gross, James: Parallel expanded event simulation of tightly coupled systems (2016)
  9. van Glabbeek, Rob; Höfner, Peter; Portmann, Marius; Tan, Wee Lum: Modelling and verifying the AODV routing protocol (2016)
  10. Aarts, Fides; Jonsson, Bengt; Uijen, Johan; Vaandrager, Frits: Generating models of infinite-state communication protocols using regular inference with abstraction (2015)
  11. Khalaf, Mustafa Bani; Al-Dubai, Ahmed Y.; Min, Geyong: New efficient velocity-aware probabilistic route discovery schemes for high mobility ad hoc networks (2015) ioport
  12. Ahmed, Mohammad Helal Uddin; Hong, Choong Seon; Lee, Sungwon: Energy efficient smart-relay-based cooperative MAC for wireless networks (2014)
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  14. Giagkos, Alexandros; Wilson, Myra S.: BeeIP -- a swarm intelligence based routing for wireless ad hoc networks (2014) ioport
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  16. Lv, Jianhui; Wang, Xingwei; Huang, Min: Research on routing algorithm based on limitation arrangement principle in mathematics (2014)
  17. Nguyen, Dai Tho; Le Dinh, Thanh; Nguyen, Binh Minh: Efficient core selection for multicast routing in mobile ad hoc networks (2014) ioport
  18. Vo, Phuong Luu; Le, Tuan Anh; Lee, Sungwon; Hong, Choong Seon; Kim, Byeongsik; Song, Hoyoung: mReno: a practical multipath congestion control for communication networks (2014)
  19. Chen, Yuh-Shyan; Wu, Cheng-You: A green handover protocol in two-tier OFDMA macrocell-femtocell networks (2013)
  20. Cheng, Yu-Hsin; Chang, Fu-Min; Kao, Shang-Juh: Efficient hierarchical SIP mobility management for WiMAX networks (2012) ioport

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