L. Bölöni and D. Turgut

YAES - a modular simulator for mobile networks


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L. Bölöni and D. Turgut. YAES - a modular simulator for mobile networks. In Proceedings of the 8-th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM'05), pp. 169–173, October 2005.

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Abstract:

Developing network protocols for mobile wireless systems is a complex task, and most of the existing simulator frameworks are not well suited for experimental development. The YAES simulation framework was specifically developed such that it allows the fast prototyping of networking protocols, and support real-time experimentation and refactoring. By providing a large set of abstractions and generic implementations, a number of frequently used techniques such as genetic algorithms or neural networks can be created in matter of minutes. Our experience shows that by requiring only Java programming skills which computer science and engineering students commonly possess, YAES can be a useful tool for classroom use, as well. This paper presents the considerations behind the YAES architecture and provides a description of the system. As a case study, we present the steps necessary for running experiments on the energy efficiency behavior of the Weighted Clustering Algorithm (WCA).

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{Boloni-2005-MSWiM,
      author= "L. B{\"o}l{\"o}ni and D. Turgut",
      title={{YAES} - a modular simulator for mobile networks},
      month = "October",
      year={2005},
      booktitle="Proceedings of the 8-th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on
         Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM'05)",
      pages = "169-173",
      abstract = {
      Developing network protocols for mobile wireless systems is a complex task, and most of the existing simulator frameworks are not well suited for experimental development. The YAES simulation framework was specifically developed such that it allows the fast prototyping of networking protocols, and support real-time experimentation and refactoring. By providing a large set of abstractions and generic implementations, a number of frequently used techniques such as genetic algorithms or neural networks can be created in matter of minutes. Our experience shows that by requiring only Java programming skills which computer science and engineering students commonly possess, YAES can be a useful tool for classroom use, as well.
      This paper presents the considerations behind the YAES architecture and provides a description of the system. As a case study, we present the steps necessary for running experiments on the energy efficiency behavior of the Weighted Clustering Algorithm (WCA).
      },
   mynote = "Acceptance rate 21.8\%",
}

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