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A Converting Method to Simulate DEVS Models on AddSIM
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A Converting Method to Simulate DEVS Models on AddSIM
Kim, Dohyung; Oh, Hyunshik; Park, Juhye; Park, Samjoon;
An AddSIM(Adaptive distributed and parallel Simulation environment for Interoperable and reusable Models) is an integrated engagement simulation environment with high-resolution weapon system models for estimation and analysis of their performance and effectiveness. AddSIM can simultaneously handle the continuous dynamical system models based on continuous time, and command, control(C2) and network system models based on a discrete event. To accommodate legacies based on DEVS(Discrete Event System Specification) modeling, DEVS legacies must first be converted into AddSIM models. This paper describes how to implement DEVS models on AddSIM. In this study a method of mapping from hierarchical DEVS models to AddSIM players was developed: The hierarchical DEVS model should be flattened into a one layered model and four DEVS functions of the model, external transition, internal transition, output and time advance, should be mapped into functions of the AddSIM player.
AddSIM;DEVS model;AddSIM player model;converting method;
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