"Two related problems are treated in the discussion. First, what is the best computational means to be used to simulate a given system? Second, if hybrid is chosen, how do we assign the problem to the different computers to realize the fullest advantage of the hybrid simulation? Most of the available information in the literature is presented in light of the above questions. It is found that, despite the lack of a precise theoretical solution, much insight can be gained into the problem. A proposed procedure for hybrid assignment and a sample problem using this procedure completes the discussion"--Abstract, page ii.
Chenoweth, Robert D.
Gillett, Billy E.
Noack, Thomas L.
Remington, Charles R., 1924-2013
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla
vi, 52 pages
© 1966 Neil Hertenstein, All rights reserved.
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Hertenstein, Neil, "Determining the best computational method for simulation" (1966). Masters Theses. 5753.