13 June 1995 DIS next-generation protocol architecture
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Several new architectural components are needed by distributed interactive simulation (DIS) to support new and expanding distributed interactive simulation applications. The elements defined include: organization of DIS protocols into groups to provide for basic interoperability and optional interoperability associated with different functional domains; a supporting message structure that is ore efficient and flexible than the one currently defined in the DIS standards; a data element dictionary to hold the definitions of the lowest order elements of information exchanged between simulation applications in a DIS exercise; and a protocol catalog to hold the definitions of the protocols used to exchange information between simulation applications in a DIS exercise.
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Steve Seidensticker, "DIS next-generation protocol architecture", Proc. SPIE 2495, Distributed Interactive Simulation Systems Applications, (13 June 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.211833; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.211833


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