Welcome to NGCE!
Graphs are useful data structures capable of representing eficiently many technological and social networks. Because of this specific property they are utilized in the simulation-based studies of new algorithms and protocols. Inspired by the popular TGFF (Task Graphs For Free) toolkit, which creates task graphs for embedded systems, we present the NGCE, an easy to use graphical graph generator that produces graphs for the study of the propagation of viral agents in complex networks.
NGCE builds the most common topologies that have been and are still widely used to simulate the virulent activity of rapid malware and analyzes the results to make sure that the produced graphs comply with the required properties.
A detailed analysis of the operation of both versions of NGCE tool (NGCE1.0v, NGCE2.0v) is available at the QUICK START section .
Most of the source code of the NGCE tool is available under the University of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License . Some peripheral files come under a different license. Please make sure you read carefully the copyright notice on each file.