Raed Alkharboush

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Due to the dependency of HLA-Based distributed simulations on the resources of distributed environments, simulations can face load imbalances and can suffer from low performance in terms of execution time. High-Level Architecture (HLA) is a framework that simplifies the implementation of distributed simulations, and, it has been built with dedicated(More)
HLA-based distributed simulations tend to suffer from load imbalances and degradation in performance as a result of running on distributed environment. High-Level Architecture (HLA) is a general purpose framework that eases the implementation of distributed simulations on top of dedicated resources without worrying about the computing infrastructure. Due to(More)
HLA-based simulation systems are prone to load imbalances due to lack management of shared resources in distributed environments. Such imbalances lead these simulations to exhibit performance loss in terms of execution time. As a result, many dynamic load balancing systems have been introduced to manage distributed load. These systems use specific methods,(More)
Distributed virtual simulation are prone to load oscillations, as well as load imbalances during run-time. Detecting such imbalances and responding accordingly using load redistribution can be of great utility in keeping execution performance close to the aimed optimal. A dynamic balancing scheme can introduce a reactive approach, but a predictive scheme(More)
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