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Distributed simulation of DEVS and Cell-DEVS models in CD++ using Web-Services

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Distributed simulation of DEVS and Cell-DEVS models in CD++ using Web-Services
: DEVS is a Modeling and Simulation formalism that has been widely used to study the dynamics of discrete event systems. Cell-DEVS is a DEVS-based formalism that defines spatial models as a cell space assembled of a group of DEVS models connected together. CD++ is a modeling and simulation toolkit capable of executing DEVS and Cell-DEVS models that has proven to be useful for executing complex models. We present the design and implementation of a distributed simulation engine, known as D-CD++, which exposes CD++ simulation utilities as machine-consumable services. In addition, we present the design and implementation of the Web-Service components which enable D-CD++ to expose the simulation functionalities to remote users. Enabling CD++ with Web-Services technology provides a solid framework for interoperating different DEVS implementations in order to achieve a standard DEVS modeling language and simulation protocols. This paves the road towards DEVS standardization, while providing a...
Gabriel A. Wainer, Rami Madhoun, Khaldoon Al-Zoubi
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where SIMPRA
Authors Gabriel A. Wainer, Rami Madhoun, Khaldoon Al-Zoubi
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