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Middleware for real-time distributed simulations

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Middleware for real-time distributed simulations
Distributed simulation applications often rely on middleware to provide services to support their execution over distributed computing environments. Such middleware spans many levels, ranging from low-level support for data transmission through object request brokers to higher level, simulation specific functionality such as time management. We discuss design alternatives for realizing such middleware for hard real-time (HRT) distributed simulations such as hardware-in-theloop applications. An implementation of a real-time runtime infrastructure (RTI) middleware is described, and its performance compared against a non-real-time implementation. The context for this work is the High Level Architecture standard that has been defined by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Thom McLean, Richard M. Fujimoto, J. Brad Fitzgibb
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Type Journal
Year 2004
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Authors Thom McLean, Richard M. Fujimoto, J. Brad Fitzgibbons
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