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SPADES - A Distributed Agent Simulation Environment With Software-in-the-Loop Execution
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-12)
Simulations are used extensively for studying artificial intelligence. However, the simulation technology in use by and designed for the artificial intelligence community often fails to take advantage of much of the ...
Creating Realistic BGP Models
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-10)
Modeling the Internet infrastructure is a challenging endeavor. Complex interactions between protocols, increasing traffic volumes and the irregular structure of the Internet lead to demanding requirements for the simulation ...
Experiences Parallelizing a Commercial Network Simulator
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-12)
Most current approaches of parallel simulation focus on building new parallel simulation engines that require the development of new models and software. An alternate, emerging approach is to extend sequential simulators ...
Large–Scale Simulation Models of BGP
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-10)
The complex nature of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is not amenable to analytical modeling, and thus simulation–based analysis methods are needed to understand its behavior. To this end, we investigate techniques that ...
A Generic Framework for Parallelization of Network Simulations
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-10)
Discrete event simulation is widely used within the networking community for purposes such as demonstrating the validity of network protocols and architectures. Depending on the level of detail modeled within the simulation, ...
Space–Parallel Network Simulations Using Ghosts
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-05)
We discuss an approach for creating a federated network simulation that eases the burdens on the simulator user that typically arise from more traditional methods for defining space-parallel simulations. Previous approaches ...