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We present an end-to-end simulation framework that is capable of simulating High-Performance Computing (HPC) systems with hundreds of thousands of interconnected processors. The tool applies discrete event simulation and is driven by real-world application traces. It provides a semantically...
Epidemiology instructors are collaborating with computer scientists to construct network-based simulations to recreate infectious disease transmission dynamics and to examine intervention strategy efficacies. Here we propose an architecture based on demographic and geographic properties to...
Processor concepts, implementation details, and performance analysis are fundamental in computer architecture education, and MIPS (microprocessor without interlocked pipeline stages) processor designs are used by many universities in teaching the subject. In this paper we present a MIPS32...
NeSSi (network security simulator) is a novel network simulation tool which incorporates a variety of features relevant to network security distinguishing it from general-purpose network simulators. Its capabilities such as profile-based automated attack generation, traffic analysis and support...
OMNeT++ is a discrete event simulation environment primarily designed for communication networks. In this paper we present an approach to enable OMNeT++ to simulate complex hierarchical process chains. Process chains are a common modeling paradigm in the logistics area for analysis and...
In this paper we present a methodological approach designed to automate the decision-making in logistic systems, with deterministic time, by solving optimization problems. The Colored Petri Net (CPN) formalism has been used as a base to develop a methodology that integrates the features of...
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