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Neko: A single environment to simulate and prototype distributed algorithms

By Péter Urbán, Xavier Défago and André Schiper


Designing, tuning, and analyzing the performance of distributed algorithms and protocols are complex tasks. A major factor that contributes to this complexity is the fact that there is no single environment to support all phases of the development of a distributed algorithm. This paper presents Neko, an easy-to-use Java platform that provides a uniform and extensible environment for various phases of algorithm design and performanc

Topics: evaluation, prototyping, tuning, simulation, deployment, etc. Keywords, simulation, prototyping, distributed algorithms, message passing, middleware, Java
Year: 2001
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