Trace Analyzer for NS-2

@article{Salleh2006TraceAF,
  title={Trace Analyzer for NS-2},
  author={A. Salleh and Zulkifli Ishak and N. Md Din and M. Z. Jamaludin},
  journal={2006 4th Student Conference on Research and Development},
  year={2006},
  pages={29-32}
}
Network simulator 2 (NS-2) is an open source discrete event simulation tool used for simulating Internet protocol (IP) networks. It was developed by UC Berkeley and widely used worldwide for network simulation purposes. The NS-2 software uses TCL as a front-end interpreter and C++ as the back end network simulation engine. Network simulation scripts in TCL are used to create the network scenarios and upon the completion of the simulation, trace files that capture events occurring in the network… CONTINUE READING
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