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Implementing the High Level Architecture in the Virtual Test Bed

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Implementing the High Level Architecture in the Virtual Test Bed
The Virtual Test Bed (VTB) is a prototype of a virtual engineering environment to study operations of current and future space vehicles, spaceports, and ranges. The HighLevel Architecture (HLA) as defined by the Department of Defense (DoD), is the main environment. The VTB/HLA implementation described here represents different systems that interact in the simulation of a Space Shuttle liftoff. This example implementation displays the collaboration of a simplified version of the Space Shuttle Simulation Model and a simulation of the Launch Scrub Evaluation Model. Spaceports and ranges are complex systems. This VTB framework is a collaborative computing environment that integrates in a seamless fashion simulation models that represent the different stages in the lifecycle of a complex system. A complex system is a non-linear system of systems whose interactions bring together interesting emergent properties that are very difficult to visualize and/or study by using the traditional appro...
José A. Sepúlveda, Luis C. Rabelo, J
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WSC
Authors José A. Sepúlveda, Luis C. Rabelo, Jaebok Park, Frank Riddick, Cary J. Peaden
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