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Object-oriented military simulation development and application

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1 Author(s)
Painter, R.D. ; CACI Products Co., Arlington, VA, USA

The Department of Defense (DoD) is currently embracing object-oriented programming as a possible solution to problems that beset current simulation tools. The object paradigm, while extremely powerful, has associated costs that must be considered. To realize object-oriented programming benefits such as object reuse (sharing objects between simulations), data hiding (encapsulation), and code reuse and extension (polymorphism), the DoD modeling and simulation community must build objects to a set design standard. The immediate need facing the military simulation community is to agree on and build a framework for object-oriented simulations

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Simulation Conference Proceedings, 1995. Winter

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3-6 Dec 1995