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Design of a HLA/RTI-based Federation Architecture Between OneSAF and NBC Contamination Prediction Models
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 Title & Authors
Design of a HLA/RTI-based Federation Architecture Between OneSAF and NBC Contamination Prediction Models
Han, Sang Woo; Pyun, Jai Jeong; Shim, Woo Sup; Chung, Hoe Young;
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 Abstract
For military training and course-of-action analysis, OneSAF Int`l version being used in ROK Army has a limited capability to simulate NBC(nuclear, biological, and chemical) damages. For high-fidelity NBC combat simulation, it is required to visualize NBC contamination dispersion in consideration of weather conditions and terrain characteristics. However, OneSAF itself handling interaction among thousands of combat entities cannot carry out a simulation of NBC contamination dispersion because it brings about an excess burden. To resolve this problem, this research aims to design simulation federation for analysis on NBC operational effects. After examining design consideration to connect OneSAF and a NBC contamination dispersion model, we design a federation architecture that facilitates the interaction between OneSAF and a NBC contamination dispersion model. Afterwards, we implement a federation interface to share simulation data by publish-subscribe pattern and to translate them into the proprietary format for each model. We prove the possibility of federation between both models, as showing that dispersion of NBC contaminated cloud and changes in concentration are reflected in OneSAF-based engagement simulation.
 Keywords
OneSAF;NBC Contamination Prediction Model;HLA/RTI;Federation Interface;Analysis on NBC Operational Effects;
 Language
Korean
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