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  • Converting Infocom to ONE's Format

    Hello, 2016! After demonstrating how to convert Rollernet traces to a format readable by the simulator, this post shows how to convert another dataset. The concerned dataset is called Infocom and is also available at Crawdad Project. The data was collected by the Haggle Project, a project about opportunistic communication,...

  • Matplotlib Style Sheets

    Hi all, how are you? Matplotlib is a python plotting library and a very useful tool for researchers. You can use it to generate all desired graphs using only one command in order to make results evaluation quicker and easier. Since version 1.4, Matplotlib provides support to customize graphs through...

  • Using Connection Traces in ONE

    Hello there, how are you? Continuing a series of posts about the traces and the standard events reader in ONE, the today post is intended to show how to use connection traces in the simulator through the StandardEventsReader. For connections, the StandardEventsReader format is: <time> <actionId> <hostId> <host2Id> [up/down] A...

  • The Standard Events Reader

    Hi all, how are you? The latest post was dedicated to show a way to convert the raw data provided by Rollernet dataset into a format which can be read by ONE simulator. In this post, this standard format will be shown in more detail. ONE simulator provides a class...

  • Converting Rollernet to ONE's Standard Events Reader Format

    Hi all, how are you? This post is intended to show you how to convert the Rollernet data available at Crawdad Project in order to be used in simulations, via the standard events reader. More information about the Rollernet dataset is available here in my previous post. In order to...

  • Notes on traces, part 2 - Rollernet

    Hi all, how are you? Lets start the series of posts about data traces by reviewing the Rollernet. Rollernet is a project whose the origin was in the LIP6 lab at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie. The project proposes to study the mobility of rollerblading tours participants. During the...

  • Notes on traces, part 1

    Hi all, how are you? I dedicate this post to introductory aspects of using traces. As we know, the use of simulation is a try to bypass the lack of real test environments or testbeds. Whenever simulations are required, there are an effort by researchers to produce scenarios increasingly realistic....

  • Setting up ONE in Netbeans IDE

    Hi, my sincere thanks to Sahil Gupta who contributed to this post via e-mail. After we learned how to set up ONE in Eclipse, now we will learn how to set up it in Netbeans. Click on New Project (ctrl + shift + n) then select Java Project with Existing...