24 August 1998 Application of Microsoft's ActiveX and DirectX technologies to the visulization of physical system dynamics
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This paper discusses a specific implementation of a web and complement based simulation systems. The overall simulation container is implemented within a web page viewed with Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 web browser. Microsoft's ActiveX/Distributed Component Object Model object interfaces are used in conjunction with the Microsoft DirectX graphics APIs to provide visualization functionality for the simulation. The MathWorks' Matlab computer aided control system design program is used as an ActiveX automation server to provide the compute engine for the simulations.
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Christopher Mann, Christopher Mann, Natarajan Narasimhamurthi, Natarajan Narasimhamurthi, } "Application of Microsoft's ActiveX and DirectX technologies to the visulization of physical system dynamics", Proc. SPIE 3369, Enabling Technology for Simulation Science II, (24 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319342; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319342
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