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README.txt

.. -*-RST-*-

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Lisp Educational Network Simulator (LENS)
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:Author:    Dr John A.R. Williams
:Contact:   J.A.R.Williams@jarw.org.uk
:date:      2010/10/29
:status:    Developmental
:version:   0.0.1
:copyright: ©2010 Dr. J.A.R. Williams

:abstract: The Lisp Educational Network Simulator (LENS) project is an
  attempt to develop a Packet Network Simulator using good design
  principles and appropriate abstractions to make it easy to
  understand and extend and more suitable for educational use.

  Lisp was chosen as a particularly suitable language for this
  task. Firstly Lisp can be used interactively allowing interactive
  use of simulations with full introspective capabilities of all
  aspects of the model - even while a simulation is are running. It is
  a particularly good language on which to overlay a problem domain
  specific language - something needed in a simulation environment. As
  a programming language it does not limit design choices and
  paradigms as many other languages do and so supports whatever
  abstractions best suit the problem space. 

.. |LENS| replace:: LENS

.. |JARW| replace:: John A.R. Williams

Support
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For questions, bug reports, feature requests, improvements, or patches
please email <J.A.R.Williams@jarw.org.uk>.


Abstractions
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Addressing
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Acknowledgements
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NS2

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