Random vs. Combinatorial Methods for Discrete Event Simulation of a Grid Computer Network

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This study compared random and t-way combinatorial inputs of a network simulator, to determine if these two approaches produce significantly different deadlock detection for varying network configurations. Modeling deadlock detection is important for analyzing configuration changes that could inadvertently degrade network operations, or to determine… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kuhn2009RandomVC, title={Random vs. Combinatorial Methods for Discrete Event Simulation of a Grid Computer Network}, author={D. Richard Kuhn and Raghu Kacker and Yu Lei}, year={2009} }