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On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 6:58 PM, Michael Frishkopf <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I wonder if anyone can suggest any easy to use wysiwyg-type software package
> allowing one to define a network graphically, as well as define rules for
> flows of messages across its links (e.g. particular nodes generate messages
> which are received by adjacent nodes, acting as sinks or passings the
> messages on to their neighbors with certain probabilities, etc.)
I have not used it since 2007 but maybe you can achieve something like
this using nam with the ns2 network simulator. The packets sent
between nodes being your messages.
I am not at all sure if you can do this with ns3.
"It may happen that small differences in initial conditions produce
very great ones in the final phenomena." -- Henri Poincaré
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