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Can I publish a paper without simulating idea?

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I wrote a new protocol in ad hoc networks which is better than some existing protocols. I would like to publish this idea as a paper. But my problem is I find it difficult to simulate with the tools I have as it is very complex. So, can I publish my protocol as an idea without any simulation results in ieee or something?

Thanks in Advance. :D
 

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arjunnu said:
I wrote a new protocol in ad hoc networks which is better than some existing protocols. I would like to publish this idea as a paper. But my problem is I find it difficult to simulate with the tools I have as it is very complex. So, can I publish my protocol as an idea without any simulation results in ieee or something?

Thanks in Advance. :D
How do you prove to the people that your idea is better than the existing without simulation data or measurements?
 

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I mean to say I am trying to use all the existing paths b/w source and destination to balance the load on nodes while the ptcls till date are using one path after one.

Thank you. Can I get any help regarding the tool Qualnet. It's too difficult for me to model a ptcl in this simulator.
 

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