High-performance simulation and simulation methodologies- Editorial introduction to Part 2 of the special issue of Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International
By Navonil Mustafee (University of Exeter, UK) and Simon J E Taylor (Brunel University, UK)
This special issue presents the opportunity to showcase recent research that is assimilating these new advances in simulation. This special issue brings together a contemporary collection of work showcasing original research in the advancement of simulation theory and practice with distributed computing.
This special issue has two parts. The first part (published in the preceding issue of the journal) included seven studies in high-performance simulation that support applications including the study of epidemics, social networks, urban mobility and real-time embedded and cyber-physical systems. This second part focuses on original research in high performance simulation that supports a range of methods including Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS), Petri nets and discrete event simulation (DES).
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