Mobile Ad-hoc NETwork (MANET) is an emerging approach for communication among hosts, which does not need any fixed infrastructure. Several tools are available for simulating the behavior of MANETs: the main disadvantages of most of them concern the difficulties in managing the synchronization among the components involved in the simulation. Our research is aimed at building a tool, which is able to both modeling and simulating MANETs, so that synchronization and concurrency can be properly managed. In our research the tool DEMONE has been developed with the aim to build an environment for both modeling and simulating MANETs, and in which synchronization is established by the internal behavior of the hosts. In this paper the tool DEMONE is presented, and it is empirically validated through simulations. The results obtained in 3000 simulations are analogous to the findings reported in literature, but obtained with other simulators. This experience is an evidence of the ability of DEMONE in measuring performance of MANETs
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