Modeling and simulation with augmented reality

@article{Hussain2004ModelingAS,
  title={Modeling and simulation with augmented reality},
  author={Khaled F. Hussain and Varol Kaptan},
  journal={RAIRO Oper. Res.},
  year={2004},
  volume={38},
  pages={89-103}
}
In applications such as airport operations, military simulations, and medical simulations, conducting simulations in accurate and realistic settings that are represented by real video imaging sequences becomes essential. This paper surveys recent work that enables visually realistic model constructions and the simulation of synthetic objects which are inserted in video sequences, and illustrates how synthetic objects can conduct intelligent behavior within a visual augmented reality. 

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