Advances in Network Simulation

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ion Abstraction is a common approach to improving simulator performance. All simulators adopt some level of abstraction when choosing what to simulate. FlowSim was the first network simulator to make this trade-off explicit.7 Ns supports several levels of abstraction. Numerous simulation interfaces are possible, including programming in a high-level… (More)
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@article{Breslau2000AdvancesIN, title={Advances in Network Simulation}, author={Lee Breslau and Deborah Estrin and Kevin R. Fall and Sally Floyd and John S. Heidemann and Ahmed Helmy and Polly Huang and Steven McCanne and Kannan Varadhan and Ya Xu and Haobo Yu}, journal={IEEE Computer}, year={2000}, volume={33}, pages={59-67} }