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This is the DReAMSim project ("dreamsim")
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DReAMSim provides a simple simulation framework for modeling homogeneous and/or heterogeneous (re)-configurable processing elements in a large-scale distributed environment. In particular, DReAMSim enables users to model task scheduling techniques at a preliminary design stage in order to investigate their performance potential. The simulation framework makes it easy to extract various performance and resource utilization related statistics to study the behavior of different task scheduling techniques. DReAMSim has been intentionally developed with a very simple-to-use interface to allow novice programmers implement their own resource management techniques without being bothered with all the hassles of a full-fledged commercial simulator, yet it has the main features required for defining reconfigurable processing elements in a distributed environment.
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