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Parallelization, Distribution and Scaling of Multi-Simulations on Multi-Core Clusters, with DACCOSIM Environment

Abstract : DACCOSIM is a multi-simulation environment for continuous time systems , relying on FMI-CS standard and making easy the design of a multi-simulation graph. Moreover, DACCOSIM has been specially developed to run on multi-core PC clusters, in order to achieve speedup and size up on large scale multi-simulations. However, the distribution of the multi-simulation graph remains complex and is still under responsibility of the simulation developer. This paper introduces DACCOSIM parallel and distributed architecture, and our strategies to achieve efficient distribution of multi-simulation graph on multi-core clusters. Some performance experiments on two clusters, running up to 81 active components (FMU) and using up to 16 multi-core computing nodes, are shown. Performances measured on our faster cluster exhibit a good scalability, but some limitations of current DACCOSIM implementation are discussed.
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Cherifa Dad, Stéphane Vialle, Mathieu Caujolle, Jean-Philippe Tavella, Michel Ianotto. Parallelization, Distribution and Scaling of Multi-Simulations on Multi-Core Clusters, with DACCOSIM Environment. [Research Report] CentraleSupelec; University Paris-Saclay; EDF Lab; UMI 2958 GeorgiaTech-CNRS. 2016. ⟨hal-01289194v1⟩

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