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Livelock Prevention

Large Finite Numbers of Simultaneous Events

Simultaneous events are events that occur at the same simulation clock time. If your simulation creates an large number of simultaneous events, this number might be an indication of an unwanted livelock situation. In this situation, a block returns to the same state infinitely often at the same time instant. SimEvents® software prevents livelock with these limits:

  • SimEvents software limits the maximum number of simultaneous events per block to 5,000.

  • SimEvents software limits the maximum number of simultaneous events per model to 100,000.

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