NCTUns

This paper presents the design and implementation of the NCTUns 1.0 network simulator, which is a high-fidelity and extensible network simulator capable of simulating both wired and wireless IP networks. By using an enhanced simulation methodology, a new simulation engine architecture, and a distributed and open-system architecture, the NCTUns 1.0 network simulator is much more powerful than its predecessor -- the Harvard network simulator, which was released to the public in 1999. The NCTUns 1.0 network simulator consists of many components. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of these components and their interactions in detail


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  1. Batista, Daniel M.; Chaves, Luciano J.; da Fonseca, Nelson L. S.; Ziviani, Artur: Performance analysis of available bandwidth estimation tools for grid networks (2010) ioport
  2. Chen, Yuh-Shyan; Lin, Yun-Wei; Lee, Sing-Ling: A mobicast routing protocol in vehicular ad-hoc networks (2010) ioport
  3. Wang, S. Y.; Chou, C. L.: NCTUns tool for wireless vehicular communication network researches (2009) ioport
  4. Wang, S. Y.; Chou, C. L.; Lin, C. C.: The design and implementation of the NCTUns network simulation engine (2007) ioport
  5. Wang, S. Y.; Hwang, C. C.; Chou, C. L.: On striping traffic over multiple IEEE (802.11(b)) wireless channels (2006) ioport
  6. Wang, Shie-Yuan; Lin, Yi-Bing: Nctuns network simulation and emulation for wireless resource management. (2005) ioport
  7. Wang, S. Y.: Reducing the energy consumption caused by flooding messages in mobile ad hoc networks. (2003)
  8. Wang, S. Y.; Chou, C. L.; Huang, C. H.; Hwang, C. C.; Yang, Z. M.; Chiou, C. C.; Lin, C. C.: The design and implementation of the NCTUns 1.0 network simulator. (2003)