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Massively parallel simulation of a class of discrete event systems

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3 Author(s)
Vakili, P. ; Dept. of Manuf. Eng., Boston Univ., MA, USA ; Mollamustafaoglu, L. ; Ho, Y.-C.

The authors describe a novel approach for the simulation of discrete-event systems on massively parallel computers. In spite of considerable partial parallelism that exists in discrete-event systems, the simulation of a single discrete-event system is intrinsically asynchronous and highly data dependent, and its implementation on massively parallel SIMD (single-instruction multiple-data) computers is particularly difficult. The authors propose to simulate several such systems simultaneously, and in parallel. These are variants of a nominal system with different system parameter values or operating policies. A single clock mechanism is used that drives all the variants in parallel, synchronizes their trajectories, and is the basis of the SIMD implementation. The authors describe a general discrete-event simulator that is developed for implementation on the SIMD MasPar MP-1 computer, and they address the computational issues related to their approach in this context

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Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation, 1992., Fourth Symposium on the

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19-21 Oct 1992

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