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VNS is a simulation framework that completely integrates the mobility and network components in a transparent and efficient way, reducing the overhead of communication and synchronization between different simulators. VNS provides bi-directionally interaction between a microscopic mobility model and network simulators such as OMNET++.
Veins is an open source Inter-Vehicular Communication (IVC) simulation framework composed of an event-based network simulator and a road traffic microsimulation model.
TTE4INET is an extension to the INET-Framework for the event-based simulation of time-triggered Ethernet (TTEthernet) in the OMNEST/OMNeT++ simulation system. It was created by the CoRE (Communication over Realtime Ethernet) research group with support from the INET (Internet Techologies) research group at the HAW-Hamburg (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences)
StreetlightSim is a research project at the Pervasive Systems Centre, University of Southampton which is developed specifically to evaluate Autonomous and Adaptive Street Lighting Schemes based on Road Users' presence detection over wireless sensor networks (WSN).  StreetlightSim has been used to evaluate the performance of various street lighting schemes based on an actual streetlight network in terms of their energy efficiency and utility (a performance metric to measure the usefulness of street lighting to road users)
LTE user plane simulation model, compatible with the INET Framework.

  • eNodeB and UE models
  • Form-based configuration editor
  • only the radio access network is modeled, the EPC network is not (in the model eNodeB directly connects to the internet, there's no explicit S-GW and P-GW, no GTP tunneling etc.)
  • User Plane only (Control Plane not modeled)
  • FDD only (TDD not supported)
  • no EPS bearer support – note: a similar concept, "connections", has been implemented, but they are neither dynamic nor statically configurable via some config file
  • radio bearers not implemented, not even statically configured radio bearers (dynamically allocating bearers would need the RRC protocol, which is Control Plane so not implemented)
  • handovers not implemented (no X2-based handover, that is; S1-based handover would require an S-GW model)
SimSANs, Simulating Storage Area Networks, is a Data Center Storage Networking design and simulation tool. It is especially useful in infrastructure design and performance analysis of modern Fibre Channel (and FCoE) based data center storage networks.
The main goal of SIMCAN is to simulate large complex storage networks. Moreover, with this simulator, high performance applications can be modelled in large distributed environments. Thus, SIMCAN can be used for evaluating and predicting the impact of high performance applications on overall system performance.
This model is a useful  modification of the well-known self-similar traffic model “M/G/∞ Input”. The package is designed for the analysis of real WAN  traffic  traces, identification of model parameters and generation of a synthetic  traffic, which is close to real one by a number of characteristics simultaneously. These characteristics include traffic value probability distribution, normalized auto-correlation function and Hurst parameter.
1. FROMS :  a multicast energy-efficient routing protocol for WSNs with reinforcement learning
2. Directed Diffusion, the original one-phase pull version
3. Multicast Directed Diffusion, a multicast optimized version of Directed Diffusion
4. MSTEAM, a geographic multicast routing protocol for WSN more...
ReaSE is an open-source network simulation framework for OMNeT++. ReaSE is able to create realistic simulation environments with respect to hierarchical network topologies, self-similar background traffic, and attack traffic based on real attack tools. more...
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