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Causality constraints of random discrete simulation make parallel and distributed processing difficult. Methods of applying reconfigurable logic to implement and accelerate simulation service event queues are presented which process simulation events at a rate of one event per 80 nanoseconds. The event generator presented in our previous work (Bumble and(More)
The inherently sequential nature of random discrete event-driven simulation has made parallel and distributed processing diicult. This paper presents a method of applying Reconngurable Logic to gain some parallelism in event generation. Field Programmable Gate Arrays FPGAs are used to create a exible and fast environment in which events may be generated(More)
Our previous work presented methods of accelerating non-deterministic discrete event simulation at the processing element level. Here, two algorithms are proposed for synchronizing a network of processing elements according to the next network minimum event timestamp. One method has an expected running time of O(k) while the second has an expected running(More)
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