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Simulation of Flying Parallel Modelling in Computer

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The existence of types of mathematical models is conditioned by characteristics of the examined object. The process of synchronizing program modules employs this division in Information and Communication Technologies that are examined and optimized for the simulation process. The main problem in the process of synchronization is that how computing is done by the distributed control system – cluster or network. How can conditions of mathematical models be managed and how computing can become a creative and effective process. The physics of simulation model is well done and it is examined by their parameters easily. Now this model construction for some time  is able to simulate the design of models very authentically. This work focuses on this very important field of science and technical community. The theory of design of decentralized computer control systems are derived from computers that create a distributed computer system of a flight simulator. Modelling of a time benefit of a simulator system is done by description using equations depending on architecture of computer systems. An important part of this article is the way of analysis types of mathematical models, a simulation method and an analytical approach, a corresponding calculation of a control implemented in single-processor architecture.
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Admission Job; Cluster; Mathematical Model; Task Execution; Parallel Simulation

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