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STEAM-Sim establishes a hardware/software/network co-simulation of wireless sensor networks.
Original C code is used in simulation. The code is natively executed by the cpu
where the simulation is run. The time annotation engine annotates the C source
code used for simulation with the timing information as if the code is run on a
microcontroller. The annotation process is fully automated.
Hardware models are developed using the PAWiS framework and reflect the timing,
functionality, and energy-consumption of real-world hardware such as a CC2420
Network behavior in terms of wireless channel models are provided by the PAWiS
and the MiXiM framework.
STEAM-Sim is an extension to the PAWiS and MiXiM framework. The underlying
simulator is OMNeT++. Please see the corresponding documentation.
I also ported the Contiki v2.6 operating system to STEAM-Sim, thus it is possible
to run Contiki-based code in the simulation.
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/steamsim/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.