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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Optimistic parallel discrete event simulation (PDES) requires to do a distributed rollback if conflicts are detected during a simulation due to the massively parallel optimistic execution approach. When a rollback of a simulation is performed each node that is determined to be in a wrong state must be restored to one of its previous states. This can be achieved through reverse computation or by restoring a previous checkpoint. In this paper we investigate and compare both approaches, reversedoi:10.1007/978-3-030-47361-7_9 fatcat:etzwxrn4qvblnlenq5s6hf7vta