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Olivier Dalle's Corner: Main / Full Biblio

DMPR09

Summary

Judicael Ribault, Fabrice Peix, Julian Monteiro and Olivier Dalle (2009) OSA: an Integration Platform for Component-Based Simulation. In Proc. of the Second Intl. Conf. on Simulation Tools and Techniques (SIMUTools09). Rome, Italy, March 3–5.Poster. (PDF)

Abstract

Many discrete-event simulators are developed concurrently, but with identical or similar purpose. This poster presents the Open Simulation Architecture (OSA), a discrete-event component-based simulation platform whose goal is to favor the reuse and integration of simulation software components and models. To favor reuse, OSA uses a layered approach to combine the modeling, simulation, and related concerns, such as instrumentation or deployment. OSA is both a testbed for experimenting new simulation techniques and a tool for real case studies. The ability of OSA to support challenging studies is illustrated by a Peer-to-peer system case study involving millions of components.

Bibtex entry

@INPROCEEDINGS { DMPR09,
    AUTHOR = { Ribault, Judicael and Peix, Fabrice and Monteiro, Julian and Dalle, Olivier },
    TITLE = { OSA: an Integration Platform for Component-Based Simulation },
    BOOKTITLE = { Proc. of the Second Intl. Conf. on Simulation Tools and Techniques (SIMUTools09) },
    YEAR = { 2009 },
    ADDRESS = { Rome, Italy },
    MONTH = { March 3–5 },
    NOTE = { Poster },
    ABSTRACT = { Many discrete-event simulators are developed concurrently, but with identical or similar purpose. This poster presents the Open Simulation Architecture (OSA), a discrete-event component-based simulation platform whose goal is to favor the reuse and integration of simulation software components and models. To favor reuse, OSA uses a layered approach to combine the modeling, simulation, and related concerns, such as instrumentation or deployment. OSA is both a testbed for experimenting new simulation techniques and a tool for real case studies. The ability of OSA to support challenging studies is illustrated by a Peer-to-peer system case study involving millions of components. },
    PDF = { ftp://ftp-sop.inria.fr/mascotte/Publications/DMPR09.pdf },
}