About the Project
The Akaroa research project aims to improve the credibility of results from quantitative stochastic simulation using automated sequential analysis, and to speed up these simulations using Multiple Replications In Parallel (MRIP) to harness the computing power of a network of inexpensive workstations.
ContributorsSee the Simulation Group page for a list of current and former contributors to Akaroa.
Publications2000-present 1999 1998-1990
Akaroa2©The Akaroa2© package is being developed and evaluated by the Simulation Research Group at the Department of Computer Science, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. NOTE: Akaroa2© is free for teaching and non-profit research activities at universities only. Any other use requires permission. See the Copyright and Conditions.
- Manual and source for the latest version of Akaroa2©.
- Interfaces with other simulation systems (optional).
- Multiple Replications in Parallel
- Features of Akaroa2©
- Architecture of the Akaroa System
- Copyright and Conditions
This page has been visited 359520 times since 1 May 2001 .
Last modified: 23 Jun 2013