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This paper presents a benchmarking framework for wireless experimentations developed within the EU FP7 CREW project[1]. It consists of two parts: The first part — experimentation description sec- tion, allows the experimenter to define and execute an experiment; The second part — benchmarking section, allows the experimenter to com- pare the results (i.e. benchmarking scores) of multiple experiments. Ad- ditionally an interference detection system running at the background more is used to monitor the experiments. The benchmarking framework frees the experimenters from trivial setup configurations, allows more focus on the solutions under test (SUT), hence improves the overall effi- ciency of experimentations.


Wei Liu, Michael Mehari, Stefan Bouckaert, Ingrid Moerman, Stratos Keranidis, Peter Van Wesemael, Sofie Pollin, Thanasis Korakis and Iordanis Koutsopoulos


benchmarking, background environment, interference detection