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Title: Implementing a low cost distributed architecture for real-time behavioural modelling and simulation
Authors: Le Roux, WH
Keywords: Distributed Simulation
Simulation architectures
Modelling
Simulation
Issue Date: Jun-2006
Citation: Le Roux, WH. 2006. Implementing a low cost distributed architecture for real-time behavioural modelling and simulation. 2006 European Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Stockholm, 19-22 June 2006, 15p.
Abstract: As part of Modelling and Simulation-based Acquisition Decision Support to a Ground-Based Air Defence acquisition programme, dedicated simulations have been used to evaluate and develop tactical doctrine, define measures of performance and effectiveness and to answer techno-military questions. The simulations are loosely matched to the different phases of the procurement programme for efficient and effective support. This paper presents the lessons learned and issues identified during the development of the series of simulations, focusing on real-time, distributed execution and behavioural modelling and how budget and time constraints affected these.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1069
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