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Advanced Data Communication Spring 2010. Project 2. Due Date. April 9th , 2010. Synopsis. In this project, you will modify the previous project to generate a trace file and analyze the trace file to measure various performance measurements.

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Advanced data communication spring 2010

Advanced Data Communication

Spring 2010

Project 2


Due date

Due Date

  • April 9th, 2010


Synopsis

Synopsis

  • In this project, you will modify the previous project to generate a trace file and analyze the trace file to measure various performance measurements.

    • Note that this trace file is not the NAM trace file.

  • The trace file contains a sequence of texts where each line indicates an event of the simulation. For the foramt of the trace file, refer the following web:

    • http://nsnam.isi.edu/nsnam/index.php/NS-2_Trace_Formats

  • Select the same set of simulation parameters as the previous project, and save three trace files with different file names.

  • The number of lines in a trace file will be so huge that you will not be able to calculate performance measurements manually. Instead, you must write an analysis program in any programming language. For example, C/C++, Java, Perl, Awk, Python, Matlab, etc. There are a lot of online resources for the analysis program, you may need to modify one to demonstrate the following performance measurements:

    • Throughput

    • Delay

    • Probability Density of Delay

    • Pakcet loss rate

  • “ns-scan” is an analysis program written by Stephen and his associates. You may use this program and customize it for this project . Note that the source of ns-scan is available on the couse web.


Project 2

Team

  • You will form a group of 5 persons. Each group submits ONE copy of the project report, but each member completes a “Peer Rating” form and submits it to the instructor CONFIDENTIALLY.


Submission

Submission

  • You will submit a project report that follows the IEEE conference publication format. The report includes but is not limited to

    • the objective,

    • experiment methods, and

    • result analysis.

  • All text sources will be included as appendices, containing source files (tcl files) and configuration file if exists.


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