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varga2008overview


Andras Varga and Rudolf Hornig, "An Overview of the OMNeT++ Simulation Environment," Proceedings of 1st ACM/ICST International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications, Networks and Systems (SIMUTools 2008), Marseille, France, March 2008.

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The OMNeT++ discrete event simulation environment has been publicly available since 1997. It has been created with the simulation of communication networks, multiprocessors and other distributed systems in mind as application area, but instead of building a specialized simulator, OMNeT++ was designed to be as general as possible. Since then, the idea has proven to work, and OMNeT++ has been used in numerous domains from queuing network simulations to wireless and ad-hoc network simulations, from business process simulation to peer-to-peer network, optical switch and storage area network simulations. This paper presents an overview of the OMNeT++ framework, recent challenges brought about by the growing amount and complexity of third party simulation models, and the solutions we introduce in the next major revision of the simulation framework.

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Andras Varga
Rudolf Hornig

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@inproceedings{varga2008overview,
    author = {Varga, Andras and Hornig, Rudolf},
    title = {{An Overview of the OMNeT++ Simulation Environment}},
    booktitle = {1st ACM/ICST International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications, Networks and Systems (SIMUTools 2008)},
    keywords = {discrete simulation, network simulation, simulation tools, performance analysis, computer systems, telecommunications, hierarchical, integrated development environment},
    year = {2008},
    month = {March},
    address = {Marseille, France},
    publisher = {ACM},
   }
   
   

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