We'd like to announce an extention of the Eclipse-based sequence chart that focuses specifically on visualizing and tuning parallel simulations under Horizon. The new features of the extended sequence chart include
- illustration of event durations and event complexities,
- highlighting of parallelizable events,
- configurable search for bottlenecks, i.e., regions containing only few parallelizable event,
- computation and visualization of the critical path.
The code of sequence chart is currently available in our git repository. Have a look at the README for information on how to build, install, and use the sequence chart. This work has also been submitted as a code contribution to the OMNeT++ workshop 2012.
We added the new subproject Horizon Sample Models which currently hosts a single example model. This model shows the fundamentals of the durations-based modeling paradigm underlying Horizon.
The source code of Horizon is finally publicly available. Feel free to clone our git repository and try it out. However, Horizon is still under development: We will add missing features and fix the bugs we find. Hence, the repository might by unstable until we tag a first release.
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