Network Traffic Simulator
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This paper documents the creation of an extensible traffic management system that can be used to simulate various graph problems from congestion in city traffic, to distribution and shipping logistics, to internet traffic. The Network Traffic Simulator design process and motivation have been fully described, and the paper is complete with a tutorial on how to use the software to solve your own network traffic problems.
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