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MEng M&S Project: RESTful Collaborative Modeling

by Heiser, J.B., May 2013, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis: Scalable Knowledge Interchange Broker: Design and Implementation for Semiconductor Supply Chain Systems

by Smith, J.M., December 2012, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

MEng M&S Project: Exploring Composability within Simulations-as-a-Service Paradigm

by Montague, C. and Sexton, R., December 2012, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

MEng SE Project: DEVS Hardware In The Loop (HIL) Mixed Mode Simulation with Bi-Directional Support

by Jackson, T., December 2012, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

MEng SE Project: A Prototype Software Tool for Recording and Playback of API-level Function Calls in a Cycle-Accurate Simulator

by Guerra, M., May 2012, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Ph.D. Dissertation: Co-Design Modeling Methodology for Simulation of Service Oriented Computing Systems

by Muqsith, M., December 2011, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S Thesis:  Simulation-based Framework for Automated Testing of Tactical Message Systems

by Jarboe, S., Winter 2009, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph.D. Dissertation :  Composing Hybrid Discrete Event System and Cellular Automata Models

by Mayer, G.R., June 2009, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis : Design and Analysis of View Synchronization in DEVS-Suite

by Helser, E., May 2009, Computer Science & Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis : An Approach to Evaluating Computer Network Simulation Tool Support for Verification and Validation

by Gibbs, J., July 2009, Computer Science and Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis :  An Approach to Visual Modeling of Cellular Automata

by Sarkar, S., May 2009, Computer Science and Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis :  Creating Specification Templates for Client-Server Families in Service-Oriented Architecture

by Bansal, J., June 2009, Computer Science and Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

MEng M&S Project :  Animation of Warfighting Simulations with the DEVSJAVA Tracking Environment

by Emerson, Z., May 2009, Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, May, 2009.

MEng SE Project : A Spring-based Lightweight Online Shopping Application

by Yan, H., May 2009, Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

PhD Dissertation : Ontology-Based Data Fusion Within a Net-Centric Information Exchange Framework

by HoJun Lee, Fall 2009, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S Thesis :  Cell Biology Simulation Using DEVS Combined with SBML

by Zhijie Wang, Summer 2009, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

PhD Dissertation : Interoperability between DEVS Simulators using Service Oriented Architecture and DEVS namespace

by Seo, C., Spring 2009, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph.D Dissertation :  A Multi-Modeling Approach Using Simulation and Optimization for Supply-Chain Network Systems

by Godding, G., June 2008, Computer Science and Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis: Simulator for Service-based Software System: Design and Implementation with DEVS-Suite

by Kim, S., Fall 2008, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

MEng M&S Project : System Theory Based Modeling and Simulation of SOA-based Software Systems

by Ramaswamy, M., July 2008 Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

MEng M&S Project : Dynamic Data Engineering for the Network Centric Environment

by Hammonds, P., May 2008, Fulton School of Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S Thesis :  Visual Component-based System Modeling with Automated Simulation Data Collection and Observation

by Elamvazhuthi, V., April 2008, Computer Science and Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.S. Thesis : AutoDEVS: A Methodology for Automating Systems Development

by Manuel C. Salas, fall 2008, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation : An Automated Methodology for Negotiation Behaviors in Multi-Agent Engineering Applications

by Moath Jarrah, Summer 2008, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation : Composable Modeling and Distributed Simulation Framework for Discrete Supply-Chain Systems with Predictive Control [2.33 MB]

by Dongping Huang, Spring 2008, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

M.S. Thesis : DEVS/UML – A Framework for Simulatable UML Models [1 MB]

by Joseph Mooney, Spring 2008, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University.

Ph. D. Dissertation : Ontology/Data Engineering Based Distributed Simulation over Service Oriented Architecture for Network Behavior Analysis

by Taekyu Kim, Spring 2008, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation : Multilevel Methodology for Simulation of Spatio-Temporal Systems with Heterogeneous Activity: Application to Spread of Valley Fever Fungus

by R. Jammalamadaka, Spring 2008, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Domain Driven Simulation Modeling For Software Design [1MB]

by A. Ferayorni, Fall 2007, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University.

Ph. D. Dissertation: Visual and Persistent Co-Design Modeling for Network Systems[1.5MB]

by W. Hu, Summer 2007, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University.

M.S. Thesis:Graphical User Interface Representation and Generation Using System Entity Structures [6.4MB]

by Lahiru Ariyananda, Fall 2007, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: DEVS Unified Process for Integrated Development and Testing of Service Oriented Architectures [9MB]

by S. Mittal, Spring 2007, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: Toward a Flexible and Reconfigurable Distributed Simulation: A New Approach to Distributed DEVS [2MB]

by M. Zhang, Spring 2007, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: Experimental Frame Structuring for Automated Model Construction: Application to Simulated Weather Generation [2MB]

by S. Cheon, Spring 2007, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: Multi-Layer Cellular DEVS Formalism for Faster Model Development and Simulator Efficiency [1MB]

by F.A.S.B.Shiginah, Fall 2006, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Automated Testing Using XML and DEVS [1MB]

by E. Mak, Spring 2006, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Swarm Intelligence Based Optimization of MANET Cluster Formation [.5MB]

by A. Sen, Spring 2006, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: DEVS-NS2 Environment: An Integrated Tool for Efficient Networks Modeling and Simulation [2MB]

by T. Kim, Spring 2006, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Development of Experimental Frame and Abstract DEVS Models to Support SCOPE Network Expansion [1.8MB]

by M. Veena, Summer 2005, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Scalable DEVS Modeling of Quantized DSP Based Systems [4MB]

by H. Gopalakrishnan, Spring 2005, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.CS. Project: An Analysis of the Correlation between System Engineering Defect Phase Containment and System Engineering Hours at General Dynamics C4 Systems [112KB]

by Jennifer Fried, Spring 2005, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State Universityby Jennifer Fried, Spring 2005, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

M.CS. Project: An Architectural Framework for Discrete Event Simulation Using Knowledge-Based Reasoning [646KB]

by Lisa Winkler, Spring 2005, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

M.CS. Project: Development of Model Component Templates for Semiconductor Manufacturing process Simulation in DEVSJAVA [112KB]

by B. Xie, Fall 2004, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University.

M.S. Thesis: Behavioral Model Specification Towards Simulation Validation Using Relational Databases [1.09MB]

by Shridhar Bendre, Fall 2004, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

M.S. Thesis: A Flexible and Expandable Architecture for Computer Games [1.14MB]

by Jeff Plummer, Fall 2004, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

M.S. Thesis: Analysis and Visualization of Time-varying data using the concept of ‘Activity Modeling’ [1MB]

by S. R. Akerkar, Summer 2004, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: Parallel Discrete Event Simulation with Application to Continuous Systems [4MB]

by J. J. Nutaro, Fall 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept, Univerisity of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Discrete Event Modeling, Simulation and Control with Application to Sensor based Intelligent Mobile Robotics [2.4MB]

by S.S. Bahaei, Fall 2003, Electrical Engineering, University of New Mexico

M.S. Thesis: Attention-focusing Architecture for Scalable Network-systems using DEVS Formalism [2.4MB]

by S. Mittal, Fall 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation: A Simulation-based Software Development Methodology for Distributed Real-time Systems [2.1MB]

by X. Hu, Fall 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Activity Characterization of Spatial Models: Application to the Discrete Event Solution of Partial Differential Equations [1MB] movie1 [0.4MB] , movie2 [4MB]

by R. Jammalamadaka, Fall 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph. D. Dissertation:Cost-based partitioning for Distributed Simulation of Hierarchical Modular DEVS Models

by S. Park, Spring 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Measuring Structural Complexities of Modular, Hierarchical Large-scale Models (2.8MB zipped pdf)

by S. Mohan, Summer 2003, Computer Science and Engineering Dept., Arizona State University

Ph.D. Dissertation: Discrete Event Based Simulation and Control of Hybrid Systems (1.4MB)

by Ernesto Kofman, Faculty of Exact Sciences, National University of Rosario, Argentina

M.S. Thesis: The DEVSJAVA Simulation Viewer: A Modular GUI that Visualizes the Structure and Behavior of Hierarchical DEVS Models   [1.3MB]

by J. Mather; Spring 2003, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Hierarchical Modeling of Large-Scale Systems Using Relational Databases   [.6MB]

by T.-S. Fu; Summer 2002, Electrical and Computer Engg. Dept., University of Arizona; Computer Science and Engg. Dept., Arizona State University

Ph.D. Dissertation: Space-Based Data Management for High Performance Distributed Simulation  [1.1MB]

by J.S. Lee; May, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph.D. Dissertation: RTDEVS/CORBA: A Distributed Object Computing Environment For Simulation-Based Design of Real-Time Discrete Event Systems  [1.5MB]

by Y.K. Cho; Dec. 2001, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Social Science Applications of Discrete Event Simulation: A DEVS Artificial Society  [2.5MB]

by G. Zaft; Fall 2001, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

M.S. Thesis: Time Management and Interoperability in Distributed Discrete Event Simulation   [249KB]

by J. Nutaro; July 2000, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

Ph.D. Dissertation: Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS) / Distributed Object Computing (DOC) Modeling and Simulation [420KB]

by D.R. Hild; March 2000, Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept., University of Arizona

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