World ocean simulation system (WOSS): a simulation tool for underwater networks with realistic propagation modeling

@inproceedings{Guerra2009WorldOS,
  title={World ocean simulation system (WOSS): a simulation tool for underwater networks with realistic propagation modeling},
  author={Federico Guerra and Paolo Casari and Michele Zorzi},
  booktitle={WUWNet},
  year={2009}
}
Network simulators are a fundamental tool for the performance evaluation of protocols and applications in complex scenarios, which would be too expensive or infeasible to realize in practice. With the aim to provide a shared environment for the simulation of underwater networks we have adapted the ns2 network simulator to provide a detailed reproduction of the propagation of sound in water (i.e., by means of ray tracing instead of empirical relations). This has been tied to formerly available… CONTINUE READING
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