BRITE is a flexible topology generator developed by the Boston University. Unfortunately the development has been stopped and BRITE is no longer supported by its inventors.
To provide current real-world topologies and filter schemas, we have extended BRITE.
- Major rewrite of Skitter import
- Import of DIMES data
- OMNeT++ support included from Andras Varga
- Different filter schemas
- Map sampling by Magoni and Pansiot, 2002
- Radius view: Selection of vertices within a predefined range of one node
- Joint degree distribution added to analysis routines
- BRITE Extension [Readme, Patch, Filter Settings, Analyzer]
- Perl Script to fix DIMES node IDs [Script]
If you find bugs or if you have further questions as well as suggestions for improvements, please contact us.
- Matthias Wählisch, Thomas C. Schmidt, Waldemar Spät
What is happening from behind?: Making the impact of Internet topology visible
- Original BRITE: www.cs.bu.edu/brite
- Skitter: www.caida.org/tools/measurement/skitter
- DIMES: www.netdimes.org
- D. Magoni, J.-J. Pansiot, Internet Topology Modeler Based on Map Sampling,
In: Proceedings of the 7th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications, pp. 1021--1027, Taomina, Italy:IEEE Computer Society, July 2002. [html]