Murali Krishnamurthi

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Even though simulation models are validated and verified during the development process, a problem known as “deadlock” can still occur and go unnoticed in large, complex simulation models, Of all the commercial simulation languages currently in use, none can currently detect or prevent deadlocks and this can lead to incorrect results and decisions.(More)
This paper describes two approaches to the implementation of distributed simulation currently being pursued at Texas A&M University. The first approach describes the design and the implementation of a distributed simulation system onto a Motorola 68000 based architecture. This approach involves transparently distributing the language support functions(More)
The knowledge acquisition tools and techniques discussed in the literature deal primarily with the acquisition of human expertise applied in a particular problem domain. The acquired expertise generally includes both the decision making strategies of the human expert and the descriptions of the application problem. This acquisition process can become quite(More)
In this research the applicability of on-line simulation systems for real time decision support is explored and the concept of domain based on-line simulation systems is introduced. For the purpose of demonstrating the feasibility of this concept, a proto~e domain based on-line simulation has been designed, developed, and implemented. The details of the(More)
This paper describes the design and the development of a multitasking implementation of system simulation for the purpose of emulating an asynchronous parallel processor for system simulation using a single processor. The multitasking simulation system is a FORTRAN software kernel built around an existing simulation language (GASPIV) so that it emulates an(More)
As technology continues to advance, higher education faculty are presented with an overwhelming array of choices for implementing instructional technology tools and the emerging pedagogical practices that they afford. Theoretical frameworks have been established for integrating technology into instruction, but they often fall short of providing pragmatic(More)