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Title: Contribution of static and dynamic load balancing in a real-time distributed air defence simulation
Authors: Duvenhage, B
Nel, JJ
Keywords: Air defence simulation
Dynamic load balancing
Static load balancing
Real-time distributed air defence simulation
SimTecT 2008 Conference
Issue Date: May-2008
Citation: Duvenhage, B and Nel, JJ. 2008. The contribution of static and dynamic load balancing in a real-time distributed air defence simulation. SimTecT 2008 Conference: Simulation – Maximising Organisational Benefits, Melbourne, Australia, 12-15 May, pp 7.
Abstract: Simulations with a large number of model instances make use of parallel architectures to improve performance. When using such a parallel architecture a challenge is to effectively distribute the simulation objects across the processing platforms. Load balancing can be static (pre-execution), or dynamic (adaptively performed during execution). In this paper the authors explore the extent to which static load balancing can optimise the performance of a distributed parallel-conservative and 100Hz discrete time-simulation of an air defence system. The measure to which dynamic load balancing could further enhance the performance is then explored. Such knowledge forms the basis for further load balance research
Description: SimTecT 2008 Conference: Simulation – Maximising Organisational Benefits, Melbourne, Australia, 12-15 May 2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3132
ISBN: 0-9775257-5-9
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