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Simulation for research and design accounts for a substantial fraction of engineering computation. With valid and credible models, simulation is often dramatically more cost-effective than are real experiments, which can be expensive, dangerous, or, in fact, impossible because a new system may not yet be available.

Modeling and simulation of today’s wholly distributed and autonomously managed high speed/broadband networks present major challenges for the telecommunications society – some of which were addressed during the activities of the COST Action 256 [1] which was completed in June 2001. COST 256 had the objective of determining the need and making suggestions for the enhancement of existing tools, and for developing new ones supporting the modeling and simulation of emerging terrestrial and satellite communication networks. The Action had met its desired objectives within the known resource and time constraints. In the Final Report of the Action it was stated that there was a definite and urgent need for intensifying European R&D activities on simulation and modeling tools for research in emerging multi-service telecommunications systems, in order that Europe may become a key market player in this vital area.
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