Using CORBA to enhance HLA interoperability in distributed and web-based simulation
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|Using CORBA to enhance HLA interoperability in distributed and web-based simulation
|Year of Publication
|D'Ambrogio, Andrea, and D. Gianni
|Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
|Cold rolling, Common object request broker architecture (CORBA), Computer software reusability, Distributed computations, Distributed simulations, High level architecture, Interoperability, Network infrastructure, Reusability, Simulation program, Web based, Web-based simulations, Websites
|In distributed simulation, various simulation programs, or else components of a given simulation program, interact as elements of a simulation-oriented distributed computation. The High Level Architecture (HLA) is a standardization effort that provides a general framework for promoting interoperability and reusability in the simulation field. When applied to distributed simulation HLA shows some drawbacks that limit the desired degree of interoperability and reusability. This paper proposes a CORBA-based approach to overcome such drawbacks and improve HLA capabilities. The paper also illustrates how to combine the use of HLA and CORBA for Web-based simulation, which is the extension of distributed simulation to Web-based network infrastructures. © Springer-Verlag 2004.