Parag Sarfare

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Simulating large-scale systems usually entails exhaustive computational powers and lengthy execution times. The goal of this research is to reduce execution time of large-scale simulations without sacrificing their accuracy by partitioning a monolithic model into multiple pieces automatically and executing them in a distributed computing environment. While(More)
This research intends to augment the validity of simulation models in the most economic way using the DDDAS (Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems) paradigm. Implementation of DDDAS requires automated switching of model fidelity and incorporating selective, dynamic data into the executing simulation model. Comprehensive system architecture and(More)
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