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- S. Han, Hyoung G. Choi:
Investigation of the parallel efficiency of a PC cluster for the simulation of a CFD problem. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 18(6): 1303-1314 (2014)
- Vassilios Vassiliou:
An investigation of the role of simulation in the performance prediction of data parallel Fortran (HPF) programs. Brunel University London, UK, 1999
- Anna L. Poplawski, David M. Nicol:
An investigation of out-of-core parallel discrete-event simulation. Winter Simulation Conference 1999: 524-530
- Yung-Chang Wong, Shu-Yuen Hwang:
Investigation of Parallel Simulation. Int. Journal in Computer Simulation 6(2): 175- (1996)
- Grant Heffelfinger, Martin E. Lewitt:
A comparison between two massively parallel algorithms for Monte Carlo computer simulation: An investigation in the grand canonical ensemble. Journal of Computational Chemistry 17(2): 250-265 (1996)
- Eckhard Bartscht, Jens Engel, Christian Müller-Schloer:
The Investigation of Lamarckian Inheritance with Classifier Systems in a Massively Parallel Simulation Environment. ECAL 1995: 920-933
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