WiNeSim: A Wireless Network Simulation Tool

TitleWiNeSim: A Wireless Network Simulation Tool
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsEmerson, M., J. Mathe, and S. Duncavage
Conference NameProceedings of the Sixth ACM International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT’06)
Date Published10/2006
Conference LocationSeoul, South Korea

We provide an overview of WiNeSim, a highly extensible wireless
network modeling and simulation tool with a network attackmodeling
component. WiNeSim provides a high-level graphical
modeling interface for the rapid declarative specification of network
configurations, including the selection of node hardware, MAC protocols,
and routing protocols. Furthermore, it enables users to specify
certain network nodes to act as “smart” attackers who adapt their
behavior and attack styles based on perceived network conditions in
accordance with user-specified algorithms given as timed automata.
WiNeSim is designed to easily integrate new network protocols and
attack styles.

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