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Interfacing and Coordination for a DEVS Simulation Protocol Standard

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Interfacing and Coordination for a DEVS Simulation Protocol Standard
The DEVS formalism has been adopted and developed independently by many research teams, which led to various DEVS implementation versions. Consequently, different DEVS implementations currently vary at many levels such as in the type of simulation (parallel, distributed, embedded, etc.) or in the used programming language or computer platform. Interfacing various DEVS implementations becomes a necessity, particularly in today’s world where sharing resources in distributed fashion have been rapidly gaining momentum. Here, we propose a mechanism enable interfacing and coordination between different DEVS implementations to cooperate among each other, towards a standardization effort. The proposed DEVS protocol is implemented using Web-Services technology as the communication framework to exchange control and simulation messages (contained by SOAP messages). This will allow executing simulations for the same model hierarchy in an open grid distributed environment. Therefore, the main ob...
Khaldoon Al-Zoubi, Gabriel A. Wainer
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Year 2008
Where DSRT
Authors Khaldoon Al-Zoubi, Gabriel A. Wainer
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