Heterogeneous Architecture And Testbed For Simulation Of Large-Scale Real-Time Systems
Automata; Computer architecture; Differential equations; Kernel; Large-scale systems; Queueing analysis; Real time systems; Software design; Software testing; System testing
This paper presents the development of distributed simulation architecture and testbed by combining three different types of tools based on three different approaches to real-time simulation: queuing theory (with SES/workbench as supporting tool); finite state machines (with high-level software design tools, such as Rational Rose Realtime or ObjecTime Developer); and continuous simulation based on solving differential equations (injecting real-time data from a real-time simulator running on a VMEbus platform under VxWorks real-time kernel). Such a combination is very advantageous because it provides the capability of making real-time decisions within the design and simulation tools which can help significantly improve the quality of simulations.
Proceedings - IEEE International Symposium on Distributed Simulation and Real-Time Applications, DS-RT
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Mathure, M. A.; Jonnalagadda, V.; and Zalewski, J., "Heterogeneous Architecture And Testbed For Simulation Of Large-Scale Real-Time Systems" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1951.