Global synchronization for optimistic parallel discrete event simulation

@inproceedings{Nicol1993GlobalSF,
  title={Global synchronization for optimistic parallel discrete event simulation},
  author={David M. Nicol},
  booktitle={PADS '93},
  year={1993}
}
A number of optimistic synchronization schemes for parallel simulation rely upon a global synchronization. The problem is to determine when every processor has completed all its work, and there are no messages in transit in the system that will cause more work. Most previous solutions to the problem have used distributed termination algorithms, which are inherently serial; other parallel mechanisms may be inefficient. In this paper we describe an efficient parallel algorithm derived from a… CONTINUE READING

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