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README.rst

OVNIS

Date: March, 2013
Author: Agata Grzybek
Organization: University of Luxembourg
Contact: agata.grzybek@uni.lu
Version: 2.0
Copyright: 2012-2013, University of Luxembourg
Date: Jan 16, 2011
Author: Yoann Pigné
Organization: University of Luxembourg
Contact: yoann@pigne.org
Version: 1.0
Copyright: 2010-2011, University of Luxembourg

OVNIS stands for Online Vehicular Network Integrated Simulation. It is a platform dedicated to the simulation of vehicular network applications. OVNIS integrates network simulator ns-3 and traffic microsimulator SUMO. Both simulators are coupled so that the mobility of vehicles in SUMO is injected in the mobility model of ns-3. Inversely, any simulated network application in ns-3 can influence the traffic simulation and, for instance, reroute simulated vehicles.

For more information please check the Wiki pages. You may find a definition of the architecture. You may also get inputs on how to build the platform.

Install

Follow this installation guide from the Wiki section.

Researchers

if you use this project, please cite:

Yoann Pigné, Grégoire Danoy and Pascal Bouvry. A Platform for Realistic Online Vehicular Network Management. In IEEE International Workshop on Management of Emerging Networks and Services, Pages 615-619. IEEE Computer Society, 2010.

@inproceedings{Pigne:2010kl,
  Author = {Pigné, Yoann and Danoy, Grégoire and Bouvry, Pascal},
  Booktitle = {IEEE International Workshop on Management of Emerging Networks and Services},
  Pages = {615-619},
  Isbn={978-1-4244-8864-3},
  Publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
  Title = {A Platform for Realistic Online Vehicular Network Management},
  Year = {2010},
}