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We analyze properties associated with a simple yet effective way to exploit parallel processors in discrete event simulations: averaging the results of multiple, independent replications that are run, in parallel, on multiple processors. We focus on estimating expectations from terminating...
This paper considers the use of massively parallel architectures to execute discrete-event simulations of what we term “self-initiating” models. A logical process in a self-initiating model schedules its own state reevaluation times, independently of any other logical process, and sends its new...
The Time Warp âoptimisticâ approach is one of the most important parallel simulation protocols. Time Warp synchronizes processes via rollback . The original rollback mechanism called lazy cancellation has aroused great interest. This paper studies these rollback mechanisms. The general...
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