Dagda, a load-balanced middleware to distribute Complex Systems simulations

Abstract : Complex systems which are modeled and are simulated in computer science become increasingly sophisticated. The computing power of a single machine becomes insufficient to execute these simulations. Therefore, it needs to exploit computing power of a set of machines. DAGDA, the architecture and the platform which are presented in this paper, offers a layer between simulation of a complex system and the available resources. This layer manages spreading of entities on machines to reduce work-load and network-load of each machine.
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Antoine Dutot, Damien Olivier, Guilhelm Savin. Dagda, a load-balanced middleware to distribute Complex Systems simulations. 3rd International Conference on Complex Systems and Applications (ICCSA'09), Jun 2009, Le Havre, France. pp.171-174, 2009. 〈hal-00448387〉

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