ACCS Weekly Meeting

Place: Room 621/622, GP South (Building 78)
Time: Thursday 6th Sep, 10:30 morning Tea, 11:00am seminar

Title: High Level Mathematical Modeling and Parallel/GRID Computing with Modelica using OpenModelica
 
Speaker: Peter Fritzson
 
Abstract:

Modelica is a general declarative equation-based object-oriented language for continuous
and discrete-event modeling of physical systems for the purpose of efficient
simulation. The language unifies and generalizes previous object-oriented
modeling languages. 
 
In this talk we present  methods and OpenModelica tooling for automatic extraction of fine-grained
parallelism from high-level equation-based models as well as manually specifying  coarse-grained parallelism and algorithmic parallelism. Especially the fine-grained  parallelism we believe fits well with the coming multi-core architectures. Some measurements from parallel execution are presented and a demo of OpenModelica is given. (www.ida.liu.se/~pelab, www.ida.liu.se/projects/OpenModelica)
 

Recent book:
 
Peter Fritzson
Principles of Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica, 939 pages,
Wiley-IEEE Press, ISBN 0-471-471631
 
About the Author:
 
Peter Fritzson is professor at Linkoping University, Sweden, and director of PELAB - the Programming Environment Lab. He is also chairman of the Scandinavian Simulation Society, Secretary of EuroSim,
vice chairman of the Modelica Association, and has published ten books/proceedings and over 170 scientific papers.

World-class basic and applied inter-disciplinary research on questions fundamental to understanding, designing and managing complex systems
2009 The ARC Centre for Complex Systems, Australia