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  1-4 of 4 Reviews about "Simulation (D.4.8...)": Date Reviewed
  Simulation as a tool for optimizing memory accesses on NUMA machines
Tao J., Schulz M., Karl W. Performance Evaluation 60(1-4): 31-50, 2005.  Type: Article

Non-uniform memory access (NUMA) machines offer difficult memory performance challenges. Simulation provides one means of measuring and optimizing the performance of NUMA architectures. This work describes the use of the SIMT simulatio...

Oct 19 2005
  Using the SimOS machine simulator to study complex computer systems
Rosenblum M., Bugnion E., Devine S., Herrod S. ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation 7(1): 78-103, 1997.  Type: Article

SimOS is a computer simulation environment whose goal is to provide a platform for measuring and evaluating design alternatives of computer systems that have yet to be built. The environment is set up in such a way that both hardware a...

Apr 1 1998
  A Hierarchical Task Queue Organization for Shared-Memory Multiprocessor Systems
Dandamudi S., Cheng P. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 6(1): 1-16, 1995.  Type: Article

In a multiprocessor system, the set of runnable tasks may be organized in a central task queue that is accessible from all processors, or distributed in local task queues. If there are many processors, a central task queue may become a...

May 1 1996
  Use of application characteristics and limited preemption for run-to-completion parallel processor scheduling policies
Chiang S., Mansharamani R., Vernon M. ACM SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review 22(1): 33-44, 1994.  Type: Article

The performance of non-preemptive scheduling policies in multiprogrammed parallel processing systems is investigated. A large body of literature in this field already exists. Through discrete event simulation, the authors provide some ...

Dec 1 1995
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