Jose Luis Guisado

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The classical modeling approach for laser study relies on the differential equations. In this paper, a cellular automaton model is proposed as an alternative for the simulation of population dynamics. Even though the model is simplified it captures the essence of laser phenomenology: (i) there is a threshold pumping rate that depends inversely on the(More)
Laser dynamics simulations have been carried out using a cellular automata model. The Shannon's entropy has been used to study the different emergent behaviors exhibited by the system, mainly the laser spiking and the laser constant operation. It is also shown that the Shannon's entropy of the distribution of the populations of photons and electrons(More)
We present an analysis of the feasibility of executing a parallel bioinspired model of laser dynamics, based on cellular automata (CA), on the usual target platform of this kind of applications: a heterogeneous non-dedicated cluster. As this model employs a synchronous cellular automaton, using the SPMD (Single Program, Multiple Data) paradigm, it is not(More)
— In order to analyze the feasibility of executing a parallel bioinspired model of laser dynamics on a heterogeneous non-dedicated cluster, we evaluate its performance including artificial load to simulate other tasks or jobs submitted by other users. As the model is based on a synchronous cellular automaton (CA), using the SPMD (Single Program, Multiple(More)