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I'm attempting to do some performance analysis of a network-on-a-chip I've created in SystemC. To do this, I want to automate multiple simulation runs so that I can find max/min/mean/variance of the values I am interested in. My original idea was to simply wrap my main.cpp (the code that constructs the network out of modules and signals and begins the simulation) in a "for" loop and run through it x number of times. However, I am currently encountering error E113 after running through the "for" loop just once, which indicates that SystemC doesn't allow me to reconstruct the network while a simulation is running (understandably). So, my question is now: How can I completely stop and reset my simulation environment at the end of my "for" loop to allow it to just do its thing x number of times? Thanks in advance.