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Simulation is a popular approach for empirically evaluating the performance of algorithms and applications in the parallel computing domain. Most published works present results without quantifying simulation error. In this work we investigate accuracy issues when simulating the execution of parallel applications. This is a broad question, and we focus on a relevant case study: the evaluation of scheduling algorithms for executing mixed-parallel applications on clusters. Most such schedulingdoi:10.1109/ipdps.2011.201 dblp:conf/ipps/HunoldCS11 fatcat:74qef77k4rbbpp452xazdob4he