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University of Amsterdam, Computational Science
St. Petersburg State University, Russia. ITMO
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2001. Selforganized criticality in simulated correlated systems. Computer Physics Communications 142 (1-3): 76-81. K.A. Iskra is a PhD candidate at the Computing, System Architecture, and Programming
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: 2001. Selforganized criticality in simulated correlated systems. Computer Physics Communications 142 (1-3): 76-81. K.A. Iskra is a PhD candidate at the Computing, System Architecture, and Programming
Abstract : In this paper we study the influence of spatio-temporal correlations on the dynamic runtime behavior of the optimistic parallel Time Warp simulation method. By means of Ising spin simulation, we show experimentally that the probability distribution of the number of rolled back events behaves as a power-law distribution over a large range of sub-critical Ising temperatures and decays exponentially for super-critical Ising temperatures. The experimental results indicate that for critical Ising temperatures, where long-range correlations occur, the computational complexity of Time Warp and physical complexity of the Ising spin model are entangled and contribute both to the runtime behavior in a nonlinear way. © 2001 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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