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On the development of a generic interface for HLA and DIS simulations

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3 Author(s)
Gagnon, F. ; CAE Electron Ltd., Saint-Laurent, Que., Canada ; Simon, E. ; Howells, P.

Discusses the development of a generic interface that will enable traditional non-object-oriented applications to become HLA (High Level Architecture) compliant. By providing for both DIS (distributed interactive simulation) and HLA, the proposed interface can support not only new but existing or legacy software applications as well. In addition, the interface will make it easy for simulation applications that today require a standard networking protocol as a backbone to use DIS components in place of corresponding HLA components as an interim solution. After a general overview of the concept of a generic interface, the paper then proceeds with a description of the interface components and how they can be used to harmonize the various applications involved in a simulation

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Distributed Interactive Simulation and Real-Time Applications, 1998. Proceedings. 2nd International Workshop on

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19-20 Jul 1998