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.. -*-RST-*- ========================================= Lisp Educational Network Simulator (LENS) ========================================= :Author: Dr John A.R. Williams :Contact: J.A.R.Williams@jarw.org.uk 2010/10/29 :status: Developmental :version: 0.0.1 ©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 ======= For questions, bug reports, feature requests, improvements, or patches please email <J.A.R.Williams@jarw.org.uk>. Abstractions ============ ---------- Addressing ---------- Acknowledgements ================ NS2 GTNetS