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DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS simulator of networks. / Kleiberg, TJ; Fu, B; Kuipers, FA; Van Mieghem, PFA.

Proceedings of SIMUTools: First international conference on simulation tools and techniques for communications, networks and systems. Marseille : Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2008. p. 1-8.

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Kleiberg, TJ, Fu, B, Kuipers, FA & Van Mieghem, PFA 2008, DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS simulator of networks. in Proceedings of SIMUTools: First international conference on simulation tools and techniques for communications, networks and systems. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Marseille, pp. 1-8, SIMUTools, 3/03/08.

APA

Kleiberg, TJ., Fu, B., Kuipers, FA., & Van Mieghem, PFA. (2008). DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS simulator of networks. In Proceedings of SIMUTools: First international conference on simulation tools and techniques for communications, networks and systems (pp. 1-8). Marseille: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Vancouver

Kleiberg TJ, Fu B, Kuipers FA, Van Mieghem PFA. DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS simulator of networks. In Proceedings of SIMUTools: First international conference on simulation tools and techniques for communications, networks and systems. Marseille: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). 2008. p. 1-8

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Kleiberg, TJ ; Fu, B ; Kuipers, FA ; Van Mieghem, PFA. / DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS simulator of networks. Proceedings of SIMUTools: First international conference on simulation tools and techniques for communications, networks and systems. Marseille : Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2008. pp. 1-8

BibTeX

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