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Direct Code Execution: Realistic Protocol Simulation with Running Code

Abstract : We propose the demonstration of Direct Code Execution (DCE), a framework of network simulation running with both existing Linux kernel space protocol stack and POSIX socket based protocol implementations, to achieve a set of requirements for reproducible network experiment: 1) experimentation realism, 2) topology flexibility, 3) easy and low cost replication, 4) experimentation scalability, and 5) easy debugging. Our demonstration showcases the typical use cases of DCE: content centric networking over mobile ad hoc network with CCNx, and seamless hando experiment with Linux the Multipath TCP implementation.
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Hajime Tazaki, Emilio Mancini, Daniel Camara, Thierry Turletti, Walid Dabbous. Direct Code Execution: Realistic Protocol Simulation with Running Code. 2013. ⟨hal-00948727⟩



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