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  Web portals for high-performance computing: a survey
Calegari P., Levrier M., Balczyski P.  ACM Transactions on the Web 13(1): 1-36, 2019. Type: Article

High-performance computing (HPC) offers researchers the performance they need to solve complex problems. However, as these researchers are specialized in areas not related to HPC, web interfaces facilitate the submission of their jobs to HPC syste...

Sep 24 2021
  Robust fuzzy control for uncertain stochastic time-delay Takagi--Sugeno fuzzy models for achieving passivity
Chang W., Ku C., Huang P.  Fuzzy Sets and Systems 161(15): 2012-2032, 2010. Type: Article

Stabilizing nonlinear stochastic systems is not a trivial matter, due to the uncertainty of the parameters and the time delay. In this paper, the authors discuss uncertain nonlinear stabilization systems via the Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model approach ...

Aug 10 2010
  Dynamic models and discrete event simulation
Delaney W., Vaccari E.,  Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY, 1989.Type: Book (9789780824776541)

This textbook contains ten chapters: “Systems and Models,” “Deterministic Models,” “Stochastic Models,” “Identification of Stochastic Systems,” “Modeling of Complex Systems,” “The E...

Nov 1 1989
  On supervisory control real-time discrete-event systems
Li Y., Wonham W.  Information Sciences 46(3): 159-183, 1988. Type: Article

The real world of events, signals, and conditions contains many processes that are discrete, often asynchronous, and usually nondeterministic. Systems for the control of such processes, which are commonly found in manufacturing, traffic, and offic...

Jul 1 1989
  Simulation modeling and SIMNET
Taha H.,  Prentice-Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1988.Type: Book (9789780138102357)

This book is concerned with discrete event simulation and is written at a level suitable for practitioners and graduate or senior undergraduate students. The first part of the book (about 20 percent of the volume) addresses the fundamentals of sim...

Mar 1 1989
  Model construction with GPSS-FORTRAN version 3
Schmidt B.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1987.Type: Book (9789780387965031)

This review covers a two-volume set of books that describe the GPSS-FORTRAN language (version 3) and its use for discrete, continuous, and mixed simulation. The first book comprises a brief introduction followed by chapters on flow control, contin...

Feb 1 1989
  Parallel block predictor-corrector methods for ode’s
Birta L., Abou-Rabia O.  IEEE Transactions on Computers 36(3): 299-311, 1987. Type: Article

The authors study block methods for ODEs with particular reference to their adaptability to parallel computation. There is no difficulty about correcting each member of the block in parallel, but the predictions present a problem. In order to obta...

Apr 1 1988
  DEMOS: a system for discrete event modelling on Simula
Birtwistle G.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1987.Type: Book (9789780387913018)

This book is a teaching text for a software package called DEMOS (discrete event modelling on Simula) written by Birtwhistle to extend the Simula programming language. The package provides a collection of Simula CONTEXT statements to expedite mode...

Apr 1 1988
  Analysis of tree algorithms for the simulation event list
Kingston J.  Acta Informatica 22(1): 15-33, 1985. Type: Article

This paper presents some research results concerning the analysis of two tree algorithms that are used to maintain discrete simulation event lists. The author’s purpose is to demonstrate that algorithms that are designed to efficiently repre...

Feb 1 1988
  Dynamics of digital interpolation & extrapolation
Howe R.  Transactions of the Society for Computer Simulation International 2(2): 169-187, 1985. Type: Article

In the Introduction, the author of this paper states, “One of the most important applications of digital interpolation and/or extrapolation occurs in the generation of a fast data sequence from a slow data sequence.” Such an applicatio...

Apr 1 1987
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