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D-P2P-Sim+ is a distributed P2P simulator. It is an evolution of D-P2P-Sim enhanced to deliver multi-million node simulation support, failure-recovery models simulation capabilities and more statistics. Please find at downloads section all related executables and source code samples. The key aim is to provide the appropriate integrated set of tools in a single software solution to evaluate the performance of various Peer-To-Peer protocols. We implemented a simulation system in Java to evaluate t
02/11/2011: The code of Synch Synchronization Techniques is uploaded 13/11/2011: New Version 0.9 of Sim Universal Construction Sim is a simple wait-free universal construction, that uses just a Fetch&Add and a CAS object and performs a constant number of shared memory accesses. We have implemented Sim in a real shared-memory machine. In theory terms, our practical version of Sim, called P-Sim, has worse complexity than its theoretical analog; in practice though, P-Sim outperforms several state-o
This library aims to provide a Java API for creating TraML files. All code is written in Java and depends on multiple open source projects tied together by maven2. Please read the wiki for detail on specific elements of the library. We are grateful for the support by:
The goal of this project is to implement an architecture independent API and structure to manage memory blocks with access attribute based on MMU Support. The API should provide a mechanism for memory protection based on MMU hardware and a low-level MMU support in RTEMS which has been carried out for PowerPC PSIM board in GSOC2009. Users can use the API to manage an access lookup table, called MMU context. Using the API, RTEMS Objects such as Partition and Region can manage memory blocks with ac
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