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Horizon: Extended Sequence Chart for Eclipse IDE
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Horizon: Example simulation model online
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Horizon: Horizon source code is public
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  • memoize (20/12/2016 16:28)

    Automated Memoization for Parameter Studies Implemented in Impure Languages

    See http://www.comsys.rwth-aachen.de/fileadmin/papers/2016/2016-stoffers-pads-memoization.pdf for further information.

    Download from Files Section.

  • Parallel INET for OMNeT++ (30/07/2014 14:11)

    This project contains our parallelized version of the OMNeT++ INET model suite.
    To run this project a modified version of OMNeT++ is required.
    Instructions to obtain the code are available here: Getting the Code
    To execute the project follow this guide: Compiling and Running the Project...

  • SCSlib - Sensor Cloud Security Library (14/07/2014 18:37)

    The Sensor Cloud Security Library (SCSlib) enables cloud service developers to transparently access protected sensor data in the cloud. SCSlib does not require any security expertise from cloud service developers, which enables non-security experts to develop cloud service which operate on protected sensor data. It is sufficiently flexible to satisfy a wide range of performance and security requirements. For more information regarding SCSlib, please consult our paper which has been presented at AASNET'14....

  • VODSim - BitTorrent Simulation for ns-3 (09/09/2013 15:43)

    VODSim is a modular BitTorrent model for the ns-3 network simulator (http://www.nsnam.org/), shipping with a simple HTTP-based tracker, as well as a sophisticated BitTorrent client application. Both simulation and emulation studies are supported.

    The client model supports all default algorithms introduced to BitTorrent (see https://wiki.theory.org/BitTorrentSpecification) and is designed to be easily extensible for the inclusion of own algorithmic behavior. A domain specific "Story" language can be used to set up simulations including dozens, hundreds or thousands of different client nodes easily. The underlying topology can now also be read in from the BRITE topology format (see http://www.cs.bu.edu/brite/user_manual/BritePaper.html)....

  • Fantasy (public) (15/11/2011 11:29)

    FANTASY is a network emulation architecture that allows the fully automated setup and execution of an experiment, enables the convenient access to system information and the collection of test results. With the integration of the cross-layer architecture crawler, we demonstrate that we are able to monitor parameters across protocol layers and to evaluate network emulation scenarios where cross-layer optimization is involved....