19 February 1996 Factors affecting scalability of distributed interactive simulations
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Proceedings Volume 2645, 24th AIPR Workshop on Tools and Techniques for Modeling and Simulation; (1996) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.233067
Event: 24th AIPR Workshop on Tools and Techniques for Modeling and Simulation, 1995, Washington, DC, United States
Abstract
Simulation Networking (SIMNET) developed a set of paradigms for distributed interactive simulation (DIS) architectures. Designed for computer systems in the mid 1980s, they have proven to be quite successful for the exercises they supported. But as technology advances, the capability and desire to increase the size and scope of the exercises continues to grow. In order to do this, some of the basic tenets of the architecture need to be redesigned. In this paper we take a look at three of the fundamental limitations affecting scalability: networks, environmental databases, and processing power.
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David R. Pratt, David R. Pratt, Martin S. Almquist, Martin S. Almquist, } "Factors affecting scalability of distributed interactive simulations", Proc. SPIE 2645, 24th AIPR Workshop on Tools and Techniques for Modeling and Simulation, (19 February 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.233067; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.233067
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