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Title: Utility of hybrid wireless experimentation for evaluation of heterogeneous wireless architectures and cross-layer protocols
Authors: Marina, Mahesh
Xu, Zhiguo
Zhou, Junlan
Bagrodia, Rajive
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Journal Title: ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review
Volume: 12
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 9-17
Publisher: ACM
Abstract: We consider hybrid wireless experimentation, which has emerged as an alternative and complementary methodology to physical experimentation and simulation for wireless network evaluation. Specifically, our focus in this paper is on WHYNET, a flexible hybrid evaluation framework providing the capability to seamlessly integrate simulated, emulated and physical networks, thereby enabling several ways of realizing a given target wireless network scenario each using physical (operational) and simulated elements in different combinations depending on the evaluation needs and available testbed resources. Using two novel and detailed case studies of WHYNET, we demonstrate the utility of the hybrid approach for realistic, scalable and cost-effective evaluation of heterogeneous wireless network scenarios and cross-layer protocol mechanisms.
URI: http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1462141.1462143&coll=portal&dl=ACM&idx=J548&part=newsletter&WantType=Newsletters&title=ACM%20SIGMOBILE%20Mobile%20Computing%20and%20Communications%20Review&CFID=102523278&CFTOKEN=96190215
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