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As schools search for alternate clinical sites for student experience, Fontes suggests that prisons be considered. In this article, she describes a successful ongoing placement for seniors in leadership/teaching/group management courses.
A common problem in networking research and development is the duplicate effort of writing simulation and implementation code of network protocols. This duplication can be avoided through the use of fast prototyping development processes, which enable reusing simulation code in real prototyping and in production environments. Although this functionality is… (More)
A common problem in networking research and development is the duplicate effort of writing simulation and implementation code. This duplication can be avoided through the use of fast-prototyping methodologies, which enable reusing simulation code in real prototyping and in production environments. Although this functionality is already available by using… (More)
A common problem in mobile networking research and development is the cost related to deploying and running real-world mobile testbeds. Due to cost and operational constraints, these testbeds usually run for short time periods but generate very unique and relevant results that are hard to reproduce. We propose the use of ns-3 as a solution to successfully… (More)
When introducing the concepts associated with theory, nurse educators may encounter some anxiety on the part of students. Most people, however, have a lifetime of familiarity with the practical use of, and ideas about, maps. The author reviews what is commonly known about maps to promote a more practical grasp of the concepts of scientific theory.
Network Simulator 3 (NS-3) enables the interaction of simulated network nodes with real ones through the use of special emulated network devices (EmuNetDevices) and real time execution. A virtual node can use an EmuNetDevice to bind its network device to a real network device of the computer hosting the simulation; however, the real network device must… (More)