Time Management in The High Level Architecture

@article{Fujimoto1998TimeMI,
  title={Time Management in The High Level Architecture},
  author={Richard M. Fujimoto},
  journal={Simulation},
  year={1998},
  volume={71},
  pages={388-400}
}
Time management is required in simulations to ensure temporal aspects of the system under investigation are correctly reproduced by the simulation model. This paper describes the time management services that have been defined in the High Level Architecture. The need for time management services is discussed, as well as design rationales that lead to the current definition of the HLA time management services. These services are described, highlighting information that must flow between… CONTINUE READING
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