24 August 1998 Providing conceptual framework support for distributed Web-based simulation within the high-level architecture
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Web-based simulation, a subject of increasing interest to both simulation researchers and practitioners, has the potential to significantly influence the application and availability of simulation as a problem-solving technique. Web technologies also portend cost-effective distributed modeling and simulation. These applications will require solutions to the systems interoperability problem similar to the DoD High Level Architecture (HLA). The suitability of the HLA to serve 'mainstream' simulation is examined.Approaches for incorporating discrete event simulation conceptual frameworks within the HLA are described and ongoing research in this area noted. Issues raised include a discussion of the appropriate roles for a simulation-support language and a simulation-support architecture.
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Ernest H. Page, Ernest H. Page, Sean P. Griffin, Sean P. Griffin, S. Lynn Rother, S. Lynn Rother, } "Providing conceptual framework support for distributed Web-based simulation within the high-level architecture", Proc. SPIE 3369, Enabling Technology for Simulation Science II, (24 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.319344; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319344
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