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simulation and real-life experimentation are two key steps in the development of network protocols: the former makes it possible to perform several controlled tests, which may, however, require an idealized model of one or more system components; the latter is the ultimate proof that a devised solution is effective or even feasible at all. This is especially true for underwater acoustic networks, where real-world deployments are typically subject to many non-ideal effects that can hardly bedoi:10.1109/mnet.2014.6915438 fatcat:6hfcbj5vezfvhbwpyynj355qhu