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Title: Migrating to a real-time distributed parallel simulator architecture
Authors: Duvenhage, B
Kourie, DG
Keywords: Real time simulations
Parallel simulation
High real-time frame-rate
Discrete time system specification
Publish-subscribe simulation
Ground based air defence system
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Publisher: Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2007
Citation: Duvenhage B, and Kourie DG. 2007. Migrating to a real-time distributed parallel simulator architecture. Summer Computer Simulation Conference (SCSC2007), “Moving Towards the Unified Simulation Approach” San Diego, California (USA), July 15-18, 2007, pp 8
Abstract: A legacy non-distributed logical time simulator is migrated to a distributed architecture to parallelise execution. The existing Discrete Time System Specification (DTSS) modelling formalism is retained to simplify the reuse of existing models. This decision, however means that the high simulation frame rate of 100Hz used in the legacy system has to be retained in the distributed one—a known difficulty for existing distribution technologies due to inter-process communication latency.
Description: 2007: Summer Computer Simulation Conference
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2211
ISBN: 1565553160
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