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Scene Synchronization in Close Coupled World Representations Using SCIVE

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Scene Synchronization in Close Coupled World Representations Using SCIVE
This paper introduces SCIVE, a Simulation Core for Intelligent Virtual Environments. SCIVE provides a Knowledge Representation Layer (KRL) as a central organizing structure. Based on a semantic net, it ties together the data representations of the various simulation modules, e.g., for graphics, physics, audio, haptics or Artificial Intelligence (AI) representations. SCIVE's open architecture allows a seamless integration and modification of these modules. Their data synchronization is widely customizable to support extensibility and maintainability. Synchronization can be controlled through filters which in turn can be instantiated and parametrized by any of the modules, e.g., the AI component can be used to change an object's behavior to be controlled by the physics instead of the interaction or a keyframemodule. This bidirectional inter module access is mapped by, and routed through, the KRL which semanticall...
Marc Erich Latoschik, Christian Fröhlich, Ale
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where IJVR
Authors Marc Erich Latoschik, Christian Fröhlich, Alexander Wendler
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