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Software Systems Developed by NSL Members


New Student's Guide to NSL

  • RCG Software, available modules at NSL workstations and how to use them

Technical Reading and Writing

  • How to Read a Paper, By S. Keshav, ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communications Review, 37(3):83--84, July 2007.

Latex Tutorials and Templates

Matlab Tutorials

PlanetLab Tutorials

OPNET Tutorials

Networking and Multimedia Courses Taught by NSL Professors

Video Library and Tools

Technical Tips (Login Required)

Useful Tools

  • BOUML A free UML toolbox running under Unix/Linux/Solaris and Windows to specify and generate code in C++, Java, Php, Python and Idl.
  • DBDesigner Open source visual database designer for MySQL for Windows and Linux KDE/Gnome.
  • eSVN A cross-platform GUI frontend to the Subversion revision system which runs under Unix-like operating systems (GNU/Linux distributions, FreeBSD, Sun Solaris and others), Mac OS X as well as Windows.
  • SvnX A Mac SVN Client.
  • WinFig An xFig clone for Windows users.
  • NodeBox A Mac OS X application that lets you create 2D visuals (static, animated or interactive) using Python programming code and export them as a PDF or a QuickTime movie. NodeBox is free and well-documented. Older versions (found here) had a graphs component that is based on Boost Graph.
  • PowerTutor A useful tool that measures power consumption of computer processes, screen, GPS, 3G and WiFi of an HTC G1, HTC G2 and Nexus One Android operated phones. The measurements are saved to a plain text file that is easy to parse.

Random Thoughts (Login Required)

Hardware/Computing Resources in NSL

Access Control Lists on NSL Servers