[ns] Release of XAV/YAVISTA 1.0 (NS-2 tracing framework)

2008-10-26 Thread ines bj

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the release of XAV/YAVISTA 1.0.

XAV allows real time exploration of the NS-2 trace files by optimizing
database access.

XAV current release works on NS-2.30 with Linux.

Downloading XAV
-

Publications (WNS2 2008  MSWiM 2008):
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/publications

NS-2.30 patch:
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/download-section

Website :
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/

Features

The key concepts of XAV are:

* indexes to eliminate wasted time searching the whole record set when
little information is needed (speeds up data access).
* packet pointers in order to eliminate duplicated packet headers for
each log entry (saves disk space).

XAV works with

* wired and wireless nodes
* several network protocols such as CBR, TCP, IP, AODV, ARP, 802.11 
802.3

License
---

The XAV source code is being released as open source under The GNU
General Public License (GPL).
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt

Contributors
-

XAV has been developed by
a)the LIP6 Laboratory/Pole Phare (University of Paris 6/France)
b)the CRISTAL Laboratory (ENSI/Tunisia)  ESPRIT/Tunisia

Best regards,
The Yavista Team


[ns] Release of XAV/YAVISTA 1.0 (NS-2 tracing framework)

2008-10-24 Thread ines bj

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the release of XAV/YAVISTA 1.0.

XAV allows real time exploration of the NS-2 trace files by optimizing
database access.

XAV current release works on NS-2.30 with Linux.

Downloading XAV
-

Publications (WNS2 2008  MSWiM 2008):
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/publications

NS-2.30 patch:
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/download-section

Website :
http://sites.google.com/site/yavista/

Features

The key concepts of XAV are:

* indexes to eliminate wasted time searching the whole record set when
little information is needed (speeds up data access).
* packet pointers in order to eliminate duplicated packet headers for
each log entry (saves disk space).

XAV works with

* wired and wireless nodes
* several network protocols such as CBR, TCP, IP, AODV, ARP, 802.11 
802.3

License
---

The XAV source code is being released as open source under The GNU
General Public License (GPL).
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt

Contributors
-

XAV has been developed by
a)the LIP6 Laboratory/Pole Phare (University of Paris 6/France)
b)the CRISTAL Laboratory (ENSI/Tunisia)  ESPRIT/Tunisia

Best regards,
The Yavista Team