• Recent Advances In Network Simulation

Recent Advances In Network Simulation

Recent Advances In Network Simulation

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  • Author
    Antonio Virdis
  • Publisher
    Springer
  • Publication date
    21 May 2019

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Recent Advances In Network Simulation

  • Author

    Antonio Virdis

  • Date Published

    21 May 2019

  • Publisher

    Springer

  • Pages

    472 pages

  • ISBN

    9783030128425

Book Description

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the OMNeT++ simulation environment and an overview of its ecosystem of ever-growing frameworks, which provide simulation models for diverse communication systems, protocols, and standards.

The book covers the most recent advances of the three key points in the OMNeT++ environment:
(1) The latest features that are being added to OMNeT++ itself, including improvements in the visualization options, in data processing, etc.

(2) A comprehensive description of the current state of development and the work in progress of the main simulation frameworks, covering several aspects of communication such as vehicular, cellular, and sensor networks.

(3) The latest advances and novel developments coming from a large research community.

The presentation is guided through use cases and examples, always keeping in mind the practical and research purposes of the simulation process.

  • Includes an introduction to the OMNeT++ simulation framework and its main features;
  • Gives a comprehensive overview of ongoing research topics that exploits OMNeT++ as the simulation environment;
  • Provides examples and uses cases focusing on the practical aspects of simulation.



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