13 August 2004 End-to-end network models encompassing terrestrial, wireless, and satellite components
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Development of network models that reflect true end-to-end architectures such as the Transformational Communications Architecture need to encompass terrestrial, wireless and satellite component to truly represent all of the complexities in a world wide communications network. Use of best-in-class tools including OPNET, Satellite Tool Kit (STK), Popkin System Architect and their well known XML-friendly definitions, such as OPNET Modeler's Data Type Description (DTD), or socket-based data transfer modules, such as STK/Connect, enable the sharing of data between applications for more rapid development of end-to-end system architectures and a more complete system design. By sharing the results of and integrating best-in-class tools we are able to (1) promote sharing of data, (2) enhance the fidelity of our results and (3) allow network and application performance to be viewed in the context of the entire enterprise and its processes.
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Chandler L. Boyarko, Chandler L. Boyarko, John S. Britton, John S. Britton, Phil E. Flores, Phil E. Flores, Charles B. Lambert, Charles B. Lambert, John M. Pendzick, John M. Pendzick, Christopher M. Ryan, Christopher M. Ryan, Gordon L. Shankman, Gordon L. Shankman, Ramon P. Williams, Ramon P. Williams, } "End-to-end network models encompassing terrestrial, wireless, and satellite components", Proc. SPIE 5423, Enabling Technologies for Simulation Science VIII, (13 August 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.542310; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.542310
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