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Sequential network simulation is a high time-consuming application, and with the emergence of global multihop networks and gigabit-per-second links is becoming a challenging problem. A new approach to this open problem is presented, based on HW/SW co-design. A complete modular and scalable reconfigurable system architecture is
explained. Most important features of this simulation framework are: (1) efficient and flexible network simulation, and (2) transparent use of the reconfigurable system by telecommunication networks engineers because of the use of a high level network modeling language.
CitationNoguera, J. [et al.]. A HW/SW codesign-based reconfigurable environment for telecommunication network simulation. A: "Field programmable logic and applications (LNCS; 1673)". Springer, 1999, p. 456-461.
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