Simulation-based Distributed Systems : Serving Multiple Purposes Through Composition of Components

@inproceedings{Klein1999SimulationbasedDS,
  title={Simulation-based Distributed Systems : Serving Multiple Purposes Through Composition of Components},
  author={Ulrich Klein},
  year={1999}
}
The paper presents a new information technology approach for simulation based systems capable of serving multiple purposes by composition of components. Based on the High Level Architecture for Modeling and Simulation (HLA) software architecture for distributed simulation systems, this approach takes into account the need for flexibility, re-usability and interoperability in order to be applicable in different operational modes like system design and development, operation, training and… CONTINUE READING
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