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Proceedings of the 8th international workshop on Modeling analysis and simulation of wireless and mobile systems - MSWIM '03
An ad hoc network is formed by wireless mobile nodes (hosts) that operate as terminals as well as routers in the network, without any centralized administration. Research in ad hoc networks often involves simulators since management and operation of a large number of nodes is expensive. However, the widely used simulator NS-2 does not scale; it is very hard to simulate medium scale networks with 100+ nodes. We describe here improvements to NS-2 to meet the needs of large ad hoc networkdoi:10.1145/940997.941001 fatcat:zvqfopzmgrhbjfr5afm257fzty