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In previous papers, we have described a reduction model for computing near-perject state information (NPSI) in support of adaptive synchronization in a parallel discrete-event simulation. Here, we report on an implementation of this model on u popular high pe@ormmnce computing platfcnrm-a network of workstutions-without the use of special purpose hardware.(More)
Reduction operations are very useful in parallel and distributed computing, with applications in barrier synchronization, distributed snapshots, termination detection, global virtual time computation, etc. In the context of parallel discrete-event simulations, we have previously introduced a class of adaptive synchronization algorithms based on fast(More)
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