[brite-users] Question about BRITE parameter

Guanhua Yan ghyan at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 3 22:15:50 EST 2005


Thanks for your reply, Alberto.  I got it now.

- Guanhua

>From: Alberto Medina <amedina at bbn.com>
>To: Guanhua Yan <ghyan at hotmail.com>
>CC: brite-users at cs.bu.edu
>Subject: Re: [brite-users] Question about BRITE parameter
>Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2005 18:23:46 -0500
>
>Hi Guanhua,
>
>Think of the plane where nodes are laid out as a chess board. HS is the 
>size of one side of the board. LS is the size of one side of each of the 
>inner squares.
>
>Cheers,
>
>- Alberto.
>
>>Any experienced BRITE user could give me a hint about the meaning of HS 
>>and LS? From the tutorial, HS is the size of one side of the plane and LS 
>>the size of one side of a high-level square. Feel confused... thanks!
>>
>>- Guanhua
>>
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