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Wireless Routing Simulation Suite

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This project contains simulation codes of Dr. Jie Wu's wireless networking group at FAU, including a dominating set simulator (ds) and ns2 extensions for various virtual backbone formation, broadcast, and topology control schemes.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Telecommunications Industry

Programming Language

C++, Perl, Tcl

Registered

2001-06-14

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