Narayanan V. Thondugulam

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Synchronizing parallel discrete event simulation (PDES) involves signiicant overheads. These overheads form a sizeable part of the simulation time resulting in marginal performances of parallel discrete event simulators. While considerable investigations have been conducted to analyze and optimize each of these synchronization strategies, little attention(More)
One of the major overheads that prohibits the wide spread deployment of parallel discrete event simulation (PDES) is the need to synchronize the distributed processes in the simulation. Considerable investigations have been conducted to analyze and optimize the two widely used synchronization strategies, namely the conservative and the optimistic simulation(More)
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