## Distributed Simulation Laboratory |

- Distributed VLSI Simulation The importance of this area derives from the fact that simulation accounts for the bulk of the time spent in digital circuit design. Consequently, the introduction of parallel techniques to VLSI simulation will have a major impact on the design of digital circuits. Our group has developed a distributed Verilog simulation environment environment (DVS) in order to experiment with synchronization and partitioning mechanisms for parallel logic and register transfer level simulation. Verilog is a widely used language for digital circuit design. Our synchronization algorithms fall into the class of optimistic algorithms, and more specifically Time Warp.
- Astrophysics Simulations Continuous simulations such as astrophysical and weather simulations have been singled out as "grand challenge" problems for parallel computing because of their importance. Hybrid simulation, a combination of continuous and discrete event paradigms provides a new and powerful approach to these simulation problems. In this project we are attempting to integrate these approaches. The use of reverse computation is a key component of this reseach.

- On Checkpointing and Rolling Back in Time Warp
- Dynamic Load Balancing of Clustered Time Warp for Logic Simulation
- DVS:An Object Oriented System for Distributed Verilog Simulation
- The Dependence List in Time Warp
- Towards Distributed Verilog Simulation
- XTW, A Parallel and Distributed Logic Simulator
- Event Reconstruction in Time Warp
- An Efficient GVT Computation Using Snapshots
- Compiled Code in Distributed Logic Simulation
- Towards Large Scale Optimistic VLSI Simulation
- Nicarus:A Distributed Verilog Compiler

- Workshop on the Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation
- Society for Computer Simulation
- Modelling and Simulation Design Lab
- Design Automation Conference
- IEEE Distributed Systems Online
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