Realization of distributed experimental frame in DEVS-SCHEME and simulation environment
AuthorJang, Duh, 1957-
AdvisorRozenblit, Jerzy W.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe thesis describes a realization of distributed experimental frame concepts in DEVS-SCHEME, an object-oriented simulation environment. Also discussed, are the design and implementation issues concerning the attachments of frame components to a model in a given model structure. The algorithm for the attachments is derived to set up the model composition and model couplings when needed. An example of a simplified computer system which consists of a CPU, and a memory management (MGMT), is presented to demonstrate how such a system is observed and experimented with under centralized and decentralized experimental frames. A graphical interactive interface is provided to facilitate the attachments of frame components to models. The simulation shows that the theory regarding decentralized experimental frames is correct and feasible. Some prospective research topics and future study activities are also brought up.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Electrical and Computer Engineering