Michael D. Miars

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The process of designing parallel and distributed computer systems requires predicting performance in response to given workloads. The scope and interaction of applications, operating systems, communication networks, processors, and other hardware and software lead to substantial system complexity. Development of virtual prototypes in lieu of physical(More)
This paper describes the SCI-based workstation cluster system being developed at the HCS Research Lab and the parallel processing and network experiments that have been conducted and the results achieved. Using several different input sizes and degrees of partitioning and granularity for the parallel processing algorithms employed (i.e. matrix multiply and(More)
Researchers in the HCS Research Lab are developing a variety of network and processor models to support the simulation of Smart Navy Aircraft Components/Systems (SNACS) using a coarse-grain, discrete-event, system modeling and simulation tool from NuThena Systems Inc. called Foresight. Foresight is being extended to develop a coarse-grain functional(More)
The process of designing parallel and distributed computer systems requires predicting performance in response to given workloads. The scope and interaction of applications, operating systems, communication networks, processors, and other hardware and software lead to substantial system complexity. Development of virtual prototypes in lieu of physical(More)
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