This package complements JSimpleModule: while JSimpleModule lets you write OMNeT++ simple modules in Java, CSharpSimpleModule does the same for C#. (The code is also based on JSimpleModule.) CSharpSimpleModule was developed by Andreas Lagemann, Distributed Systems / Operating Systems Group, TU Cottbus, Germany. This work is part of the SPP1140 ‘Basissoftware für Selbstorganisierende Infrastrukturen für Vernetzte Mobile Systeme’ project of the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft).
A complete set of tools for the conversion of network topologies following the Georgia Tech Internet Topology Model (GT-ITM) to the InetUnderlay model used by OverSim Framework.
JResultWriter is a Java library for recording simulation results in OMNeT++ 4.0 vector and scalar file format (.vec/.sca; see the OMNeT++ Manual), for use in 3rd party Java-based simulators. Simulation results can be evaluated with the OMNeT++ IDE. Author: Andras Varga.
This is an extension that makes it possible to write OMNeT++ simple modules in Java. Java and C++-based simple modules can be freely mixed in simulations. Integration is not seamless though, there are limitations as to what OMNeT++ features are available, as well special coding rules to obey in the Java code. This release is for OMNeT++ version 4.0 precisely, and will not work with other versions.
Adds NED export to the BRITE topology generator (http://www.cs.bu.edu/brite)
Usage: Download BRITE from www.cs.bu.edu/brite/, untar it, cd into its directory, then run the following command:
patch -p 1 < brite21-omnetpp.patch
If you’re running Windows, you can get patch.exe from e.g. UnxUtils or Cygwin.
This is a plugin for R that allows you to load result files generated by OMNeT++
$ R CMD INSTALL omnetpp_0.6-1.tar.gz
NOTE: You may need to install the ‘reshape’ package before installing omnetpp.
SimDistribution is a GUI for distribution of OMNeT++ [3.x] simulations on different computers. This software includes server and simulation management and uses Java SWT and Web Services.
SimProcTC is a model-independent, flexible tool-chain for the setup, parallel run execution, results aggregation and data analysis for OMNeT++ 3.x. It is based on GNU R and RSerPool.
U2Q is a tool that allows developers to estimate the performance of a system prior to prototypes based on UML models only.
The mission of the oProbe open source project is to provide an instrument that produces statistically sound results at known quality. Stochastic sampling from a network of queues demands both confidence and correlation control.
An important design goal is to be compatible with the OMNeT++ 3.3 framework without introducing changes to this code, as well as making it easy for existing simulators to make use of oProbe. The oProbe project introduces a probe module, which is a new simple module in the context of OMNeT++. A probe is the instrument that applies a controlled stochastic sampling technique. The probe module may have any number of probes. The oProbe project supports different interface levels according to the functionality required. Based on the FIFO queue example included in the sample directory in OMNeT++, the oProbe project provides example code on how the software can be used by existing or upcoming OMNeT++ based simulators.