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Context Aware Network Enabled Distributed Modeling and Simulation Framework

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3 Author(s)
Asad Waqar Malik ; National University of Science and Technology Nust, Pakistan ; Shoab A. Khan ; Sulieman Khan

This paper presents a novel distributed modeling and simulation framework, which is designed and implemented to cater for a wide variety of scenarios and applications including situations spread over large complex distributed networks. The major contribution is in developing an infrastructure that can provide numerous services like time management, data distribution management, entity management, context aware management, ownership management etc. to distributed simulation. This is accomplished by constituting a middleware over an HLA compliant RTI. This context-aware middleware is incorporated inside the runtime infrastructure to enhance the service defined in IEEE standard for distributed modeling and simulation. In many real world simulations context providers (sensors) can play a vital role. Using the framework different kinds of context providers can be added in a simulation

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Modelling & Simulation, 2007. AMS '07. First Asia International Conference on

Date of Conference:

27-30 March 2007