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Design and Analysis of 5G Scenarios with 'simmer': An R Package for Fast DES Prototyping

by   Iñaki Ucar, et al.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Simulation frameworks are important tools for the analysis and design of communication networks and protocols, but they can result extremely costly and/or complex (for the case of very specialized tools), or too naive and lacking proper features and support (for the case of ad-hoc tools). In this paper, we present an analysis of three 5G scenarios using 'simmer', a recent R package for discrete-event simulation that sits between the above two paradigms. As our results show, it provides a simple yet very powerful syntax, supporting the efficient simulation of relatively complex scenarios at a low implementation cost.


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