Distributed algorithms for the orchestration of stochastic discrete event simulations
Discrete event simulations are widely used in modeling real-world phenomena such as epidemiology, congestion analysis, weather forecasting, economic activity, and chemical reactions. The expressiveness of such simulations depends on the number and types of entities that are modeled and also the interactions that entities have with each other. In the case of stochastic simulations, these interactions are based on the concomitant probability density functions. The more exhaustively a phenomena is modeled, the greater its computational complexity and, correspondingly, the execution time. Distributed ...
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