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Formalizing a Framework for Dynamic Hybrid Strategy Models in Distributed Interactive Applications

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McCoy, A. ; Dept. of Electron. Eng., Nat. Univ. of Ireland, Maynooth ; McLoone, S. ; Delaney, D. ; Ward, T.

Predictive contract mechanisms such as dead reckoning are widely employed to support scalable remote entity modelling in distributed interactive applications (DIAs). By employing a form of controlled inconsistency, a reduction in network traffic is achieved. Previously, we have proposed the dynamic hybrid strategy model (DHSM) as an extension to the concept of dead reckoning that adaptively selects extrapolation models based on the use of local performance criteria. In this paper, we formalize the notion of the DHSM as a generalized framework for network traffic reduction in DIAs, alongside a set of consistency metrics for use as local performance criteria

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Irish Signals and Systems Conference, 2006. IET

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28-30 June 2006

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