Reference : NARVAL SCILAB TOOLBOX: Network Analysis and Routing eVALuation
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NARVAL SCILAB TOOLBOX: Network Analysis and Routing eVALuation
Melakessou, Foued mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
Engel, Thomas mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Computer Science and Communications Research Unit (CSC) >]
Abstract book of 2012 International Workshop on Scilab & OW2 (IWSO)
2012 International Workshop on Scilab & OW2 (IWSO)
2012, Oct 14-16
[en] Graph Optimization ; Topology ; Internet Traffic ; Routing ; Transmission Protocol ; Route Diversity ; Security ; Anonymity ; Path Planning ; Wireless Sensor Network
[en] Network Analysis and Routing eVALuation 2.0 referenced as NARVAL has been designed on top of the Scilab environment. It has been created at the University of Luxembourg within the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT). The Centre carries out interdisciplinary research and graduate education in secure, reliable, and trustworthy ICT systems and services. This module is focusing on the analysis of network protocols. The main goal of this toolbox is to provide a complete software environment enabling the understanding of available communication algorithms, but also the design of new schemes. NARVAL permits to generate random topologies in order to study the impact of routing algorithms on the effectiveness of transmission protocols used by data communications. The target audience includes academics, students, engineers and scientists. We put some efforts to build detailed help files. The description of each function has been carefully done in order to facilitate the end users' comprehension. The module is self-sufficient as it does not depend on other internal/external Scilab toolboxes. NARVAL is running on the current release Scilab 5.3.3. We decided to create a specific classification according to the goal of each function: NARVAL_D_* (topology Discovery), NARVAL_F_* (general Functions), NARVAL_G_* (Graph), NARVAL_IP_* (Image Processing), NARVAL_I_* ( Internet traffic), NARVAL_M_* (Mobility), NARVAL_P_* (Peer-to-Peer), NARVAL_R_* (Routing), NARVAL_S_* (Security), NARVAL_T_* (Topology generation) and NARVAL_W_* (Wireless Sensor Network). This work was carried out as part of the EU FP7 BUTLER project (

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