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Visualizing Wireless ns-2 Traces in 3D (Demo)

Author(s): Björn Scheuermann, Holger Füßler, Matthias Transier, Martin Mauve, Wolfgang Effelsberg.
Title: Visualizing Wireless ns-2 Traces in 3D (Demo)
Published: MobiCom 2005: 11th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, Demo Session, Cologne, Germany, August 2005
Keyword(s): Network Simulation, Visualization, Wireless Networks, Ad Hoc Networking
Abstract: Network simulation is an important research tool for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networking. For users of this tool, visualization techniques are useful to help to understand the events occurring in the non-real-time simulator. In this demo, we present Huginn, a powerful and easily customizable visualizer for ns-2 traces. Huginn uses three dimensions to show visual representations of the mobile nodes and their communication events. The demo will consist of a running version of Huginn and a prepared set of ns-2 traces ready for visualization. We will also show the configurability of Huginn by means of prepared or visitor-driven examples. For more information about Huginn, please visit
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