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The Accuracy of Mathematical Models in Simulator Distributed Computing

I. Kvasnica1, P. Kvasnica2
Regional Department for Environmental Issues of Trencin, Hviezdoslavova 3, 911 00 Tren čín, Slovak Republic. tel: +421-32-7432032, e-mail : kvasnica.igor@gmail.com.
Alexander Dubcek University of Trencin, Faculty of Defense Technology, Department of Informatics, Študentská 2, 911 50 Trenčín, Slovak Republic, +421-32-7400704, Fax: +421-32-7400102, Email: peter1.kvasnica@gmail.com.

Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 2015, 107(6), 447-462. https://doi.org/10.3970/cmes.2015.107.447

Abstract

The issue of simulation of decentralized mathematical models is discussed in the paper. The authors’ knowledge is based on a theory of design of decentralized computer control systems. Their knowledge is gained in the process of designing mathematical models that are simulated. A decomposed control system is required to meet the conditions of observation and control. The methodology of a multi-model design is based on main principles of object orientation such as abstraction, hierarchy, and modularity. Modelling on a parallel architecture has an impact on a simulator system. The system is defined by the equations shown below. An important part is the way of analyzing the simulation method, an analytical approach, and corresponding software implementation tools.

Keywords

Accuracy of integration, Centralized and decentralized systems, Control modules, Distributed computing, Modelling and simulation.

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Kvasnica, I., Kvasnica, P. (2015). The Accuracy of Mathematical Models in Simulator Distributed Computing. CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 107(6), 447–462.



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