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IDEA1: A Validated System C-Based Simulator for Wireless Sensor Networks

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4 Author(s)
Wan Du ; Heterogeneous Syst. Design Group, Univ. of Lyon, Lyon, France ; Navarro, D. ; Mieyeville, F. ; O'Connor, I.

This paper presents IDEA1, a validated SystemC-based simulator for WSNs. It allows the system-level performance evaluation (e.g., packet transmission and energy consumption) with elaborate models of sensor nodes. IDEA1 uses a clock-based synchronization mechanism to support simulations with cycle accurate communication and approximate time computation. Its accuracy has been validated by a testbed of 9 nodes. The average deviation between the IDEA1 simulations and experimental measurements is 5.9%. The performances of IDEA1 have also been compared with NS-2, one of the most widely used simulators in WSN research. To provide a similar result (deviation less than 5%) at the same abstraction level, the simulation of IDEA1 is 2 times faster than NS-2. Moreover, with the hardware and software co-simulation feature, IDEA1 provides more detailed modeling of sensor nodes than NS-2.

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Mobile Adhoc and Sensor Systems (MASS), 2011 IEEE 8th International Conference on

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17-22 Oct. 2011

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