The Next Step-Applying the Model Driven Architecture to HLA

@inproceedings{Parr2003TheNS,
  title={The Next Step-Applying the Model Driven Architecture to HLA},
  author={Shawn Parr and Russell Keith-Magee},
  year={2003}
}
The goal of the High-Level Architecture (HLA) is to promote interoperability and reuse between federates. In this context, HLA fills the role of middleware in the domain of distributed simulation. However, in many respects, HLA falls short of its promised potential. These problems can be attributed in part to the HLA standard itself, which leaves a number of key infrastructure issues unaddressed. This has lead to interoperability issues between vendor RTIs. In addition, while HLA provides a… CONTINUE READING

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