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Thu, 04 May 1995 17:55 +0100 (MET)
I wrote a C language emulator for a satellite communications system.
The emulator reads an input file with parameters and outputs lists of
numbers, such as packet delays, queue lengths, channel utilisations
and so on.
I need to make a simulator out of this emulator, i.e. make it run
several times for independent replications, or one long run for using
spectral methods, then take the results and obtain some nice small
numbers that give me the average and confidence intervals of the
quantities I'm interested in.
I think there must be something out there to help me solve this
problem. What I would like is a wrapper that calls my emulator,
possibly with different input parameters, takes its results and
Could I use octave to do this?. I suppose more specific tools are
available. What about Ptolemy and Gnans, that have been recently
Thanks for listening.
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