|CSCI 8220 Parallel and Distributed Simulation|
SCHEDULE OF TOPICS (click here)
|11:00 AM - 12:15 PM (Tue, Thu)||Chemistry (Bldg 1001)||Room: 455|
|11:15 AM - 12:05 PM (Mon)||Chemistry (Bldg 1001)||Room: 455|
|Chemistry (Bldg 1001, green above)||455||Class Room (M/Tu/Th)|
|Boyd (Bldg 1023, blue above)||Instructor Mailbox|
|Barrow Hall (Bldg 1021 purple above )||219C||Instructor Office|
maria at cs.uga.edu
|Thursdays||4:00-5:00 pm||Hybinette (Boyd 219 C)||(and by e-mail appointment - maria AT cs DOT uga DOT edu)|
This course is an introduction to the field of simulation, specifically we will focus on parallel and distributed simulation (pads). We will cover the foundational algorithms and techniques that have been developed over the last 25 years up to and including the current state of the art. Topics will range from synchronization algorithms, data distribution techniques, parallel and distributed applications running on top of simulation executives to high-performance analytic simulation and distributed virtual environments. In addition establishing a comprehensive theoretical framework you will extend the current research through a hands-on projects.
In addition to the text book you will need to read technical papers from the PADS literature, links to the appropriate papers will be provided.
Students are expected to participate during presentations.
No outside assistance is permitted (exceptions: instructor or TA).
Unless otherwise specified, exams are closed-book and no additional materials may be used.
Missing an exam: absence due to serious illness will be an acceptable reason for missing an exam. Doctor's diagnostic note is required. The final grade will be scaled accordingly.
You must subscribe to the class email list, see details HW1 listed on the schedule page.
Assigned homework (if any) must be typed, you must also email a copy to the class email account.
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