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Time Warp
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    • Time Warp is an optimistic protocol for synchronizing parallel discrete event simulations. To achieve performance in a multiuser network of workstation (NOW) environment, Time Warp must continue to operate efficiently in the presence of external workloads caused by other users, processor heterogeneity, and irregular internal workloads caused by the simulation model. However, these performance problems can cause a Time Warp program to become grossly unbalanced, resulting in slower execution...

    Christopher D. Carotherset al. Efficient Execution of Time Warp Programs on Heterogeneous, NOW Platfo...

    • Time warp is a well-known optimistic mechanism for parallel execution of simulation programs. Implementing time warp using a connection-oriented communication approach is proposed in the literature as a way to improve time warp performance because it allows for the use of more efficient event queue implementations. However, no empirical performance studies have been reported for connection-oriented time warp...

    Ali S. Al-humaimidiet al. An empirical performance study of connection oriented time warp parall...

    • Time Warp is a synchronization mechanism for parallel/distributed simulation. It allows logical processes (LPs) to execute events without the guarantee of a causally consistent execution. Upon the detection of a causality violation, rollback procedures recover the state of the simulation to a correct value...

    Francesco Quagliaet al. On the processor scheduling problem in time warp synchronization

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