John T. Douglass

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Parallel discrete event simulation represents an important area of research because large simulations are prohibitively expensive to execute on a sequential machine. Though simulation programs seem to have substantial amounts of parallelism, workable techniques to efficiently parallelize these programs have been elusive. In this paper, we show that by(More)
We compare the design and implementation of a parallel simulation of a traffic flow network using two different approaches: event-driven and time-driven. Our experiments with the sequential implementation of the two approaches correlates with previous research (Nance, 1971). We design a conservative parallel implementation of the traffic flow problem where(More)
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