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2012 ACM/IEEE/SCS 26th Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (1999)
Atlanta, Georgia
May 1, 1999 to May 4, 1999
ISSN: 1087-4097
ISBN: 0-7695-0155-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. viii

Committees (PDF)

pp. x

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xi
Session 1: Opening and Keynote Address: Chair: Stephen J. Turner, University of Exeter, UK
Session 2: Conservative Simulation Techniques: Chair: Carl Tropper, McGill University, Canada

Scheduling Critical Channels in Conservative Parallel Discrete Event Simulation (Abstract)

J. Cleary , University of Waikato
B. Unger , University of Calgary
R. Simmonds , University of Calgary
Z. Xiao , University of Calgary
pp. 20
Session 3: Scheduling and Synchronization: Chair: Frederick Wieland, The MITRE Corporation, USA
Session 4: Keynote Address and Panel Session: Chair: Richard M. Fujimoto, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

The High Level Architecture and Beyond: Technology Challenges (Abstract)

Judith S. Dahmann , US Defense Modeling and Simulation Office
pp. 64
Session 5: Defense Simulation and DIS: Chair: Azzedine Boukerche, University of North Texas, USA

Experience in Retrofitting a Large Sequential Ada Simulator to Two Versions of Time Warp (Abstract)

Ray Smith , TRW Systems and Information Technology Group
Randal Andress , TRW Systems and Information Technology Group
George M. Parsons , U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
pp. 74

An Auto-Adaptive Dead Reckoning Algorithm for Distributed Interactive Simulation (Abstract)

Francis B.S. Lee , Nanyang Technological University
L. Chen , Nanyang Technological University
Wentong Cai , Nanyang Technological University
pp. 82
Session 6: Optimistic Simulation Techniques I: Chair: Samir R. Das, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

Shock Resistant Time Warp (Abstract)

James Johnson , Universit?t Wien
Alois Ferscha , Universit?t Wien
pp. 92

On Learning Algorithms and Balancing Loads in Time Warp (Abstract)

Carl Tropper , McGill University
Myongsu Choe , McGill University
pp. 101
Session 7: Optimistic Simulation Techniques II: Chair: David I. Bruce, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, UK

Optimism: Not Just for Event Execution Anymore (Abstract)

Christopher H. Young , University of Cincinnati
Radharamanan Radhakrishnan , University of Cincinnati
Philip A. Wilsey , University of Cincinnati
pp. 136
Session 8
Session 9: Performance Prediction and Analysis: Chair: Alois Ferscha, University of Vienna, Austria

Performance Prediction of a Parallel Simulator (Abstract)

David Nicol , Dartmouth College
Brian Premore , Dartmouth College
Jason Liu , Dartmouth College
Anna Poplawski , Dartmouth College
pp. 156
Session 10: Simulation and Computer Networks: Chair: John Cleary, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Exploiting Model Independence for Parallel PCS Network Simulation (Abstract)

Oktay Yildiz , University of North Texas
Sajal K. Das , University of North Texas
Alessandro Fabbri , University of North Texas
Azzedine Boukerche , University of North Texas
pp. 166

Time Warp Simulation on Clumps (Abstract)

Umesh Kumar V. Rajasekaran , University of Cincinnati
Radharamanan Radhakrishnan , University of Cincinnati
Nael Abu-Ghazaleh , State University of New York at Binghamton
Philip A. Wilsey , University of Cincinnati
Girindra D. Sharma , University of Cincinnati
pp. 174

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 193
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