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Simulation of computational grids scheduling politics
Computational grids allow users to share resources of distributed machines, even if those machines belong to different corporations. The scheduling of applications must be performed aiming at performance goals, and focusing ...
iSPD: An iconic-based modeling simulator for distributed grids
Simulation of large and complex systems, such as computing grids, is a difficult task. Current simulators, despite providing accurate results, are significantly hard to use. They usually demand a strong knowledge of ...
Scheduler simulation using iSPD, an iconic-based computer grid simulator
Increased accessibility to high-performance computing resources has created a demand for user support through performance evaluation tools like the iSPD (iconic Simulator for Parallel and Distributed systems), a simulator ...
Improving a process in a brazilian automotive plant applying process mapping, Design of Experiments and Discrete Events Simulation
The objective of this article is to apply the Design of Experiments technique along with the Discrete Events Simulation technique in an automotive process. The benefits of the design of experiments in simulation include ...
Teaching real-time with a scheduler simulator
In this paper we describe a scheduler simulator for real-time tasks, RTsim, that can be used as a tool to teach real-time scheduling algorithms. It simulates a variety of preprogrammed scheduling policies for single and ...
Computer tools to aid the learning and design steps for photovoltaic systems
This paper presents novel simulation tools to assist the lecturers about learning processes on renewable energy sources, considering photovoltaic (PV) systems. The PV behavior, functionality and its interaction with power ...