Michael Knoke

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Powerful grid and cluster computers allow efficient distributed simulation. Optimistic simulation techniques have been developed which allow for more parallelism in the local simulations than conservative methods. However, they may require costly rollbacks in simulation time due to dependencies between model parts that cause violations of global causality.(More)
— We present results of a collaboration project, during which parts of General Motors' north American vehicle supply chain have been modeled and evaluated. A variant of colored stochastic Petri nets has been developed for this task, and support for model creation and performance evaluation was implemented in our tool TimeNET. Variations of the model and(More)
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