Sandra Cheung

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) provides the infrastructure to build large-scale simulations by interconnecting independent simulators via a network. These simulators execute primarily in real time because of the human-in-the-loop requirements. The fiture of DIS in the general area of distributed simulation will include non real time simulations,(More)
Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) is an ambitious attempt to seamlessly integrate heterogeneous simulators of various fidelity levels via a communications network to allow them to interact in the same synthetic environment, by means of standardized messages, known as DIS Protocol Data Units (PDUs). DIS traffic analysis has various purposes, one of(More)
  • 1