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Parallel and Distributed Simulation (PADS) Research Group

University of Bologna. Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DISI)

Welcome to the PADS homepage, you can find some information about this research group, the active projects and the related publications.

A lot of our research work is based on a new Parallel and Distributed Simulation (PADS) middleware (ARTÌS). The GAIA framework provides a migration-based approach to the simulation. The ARTÌS middleware and the GAIA framework are available for educational and research purposes.

Please feel free to contact us for any question or comment.


NEW PAPER: Parallel Sort-Based Matching for Data Distribution Management on Shared-Memory Multiprocessors

In this paper, we propose a parallel version of the Sort-Based Matching algorithm for shared-memory multiprocessors

For more information follow this link.


HPCS 2016 Tutorial

In the tutorial “Simulation of the Internet of Things”, we aim to introduce all the basic aspects of the efficient simulation of the Internet of Things (IoT).

We discuss the main limitations of the current approaches with the goal to foster discussion and to increase the knowledge on both simulation and IoT. The last part of the tutorial will be about our practical experience in the simulation of IoT using a multi-level modelling approach.

For more information follow this link and see our tutorial paper: Simulation of the Internet of Things.


NEW PAPER: Highly intensive data dissemination in complex networks

A study on data dissemination in unstructured Peer-to-Peer (P2P) network overlays.

For more information follow this link.


HPCS 2011 Tutorial

In the tutorial “Parallel and Distributed Simulation from Many Cores to the Public Cloud” the main concepts behind the current research effort are introduced.

Starting from the simulation basics some the new challenges for parallel and distributed simulation are discussed. Are current simulation technologies ready to support cloud computing? What about the usability of the available simulation tools?

For more information follow this link.


Additional resources

Some additional resouces (in italian) are available for students and local users:

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