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An Introduction to Network Simulator 3,9781118158999
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An Introduction to Network Simulator 3

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9781118158999

ISBN10:
1118158997
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
8/30/2014
Publisher(s):
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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An Introduction to Network Simulator 3 offers a thorough, practical discussion of the latest open source network simulator (NS-3). Written by industry experts, including the creator of NS-3, the book presents a comprehensive overview of the capabilities of NS-3, then goes on to provide clear, easy-to-use operating instructions for it, complete with numerous practical examples. It also describes how the NS-3 evolved, discussing the differences between available network simulators, both commercial OTS and open source software. A must-have desk reference for practicing network designers and network architects.


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