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Title: The SISO CSPI PDG standard for commercial off-the-shelf simulation package interoperability reference models
Authors: Taylor, S J E
Mustafee, N
Strassburger, S
Turner, S J
Low, M Y H
Ladbrook, J
Keywords: Simulation
Commercial Simulation packages
Simulation Standards
Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Proceedings of the 2007 Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, December 2007. pp. 594-602
Abstract: For many years discrete-event simulation has been used to analyze production and logistics problems in manufactur-ing and defense. Commercial-off-the-shelf Simulation Packages (CSPs), visual interactive modelling environ-ments such as Arena, Anylogic, Flexsim, Simul8, Witness, etc., support the development, experimentation and visua-lization of simulation models. There have been various attempts to create distributed simulations with these CSPs and their tools, some with the High Level Architecture (HLA). These are complex and it is quite difficult to assess how a set of models/CSP are actually interoperating. As the first in a series of standards aimed at standardizing how the HLA is used to support CSP distributed simula-tions, the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organiza-tion’s (SISO) CSP Interoperability Product Development Group (CSPI PDG) has developed and standardized a set of Interoperability Reference Models (IRM) that are in-tended to clearly identify the interoperability capabilities of CSP distributed simulations.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/3996
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