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Interoperable Middleware Gateway Based on HLA and DDS for L-V-C Simulation Training Systems
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 Title & Authors
Interoperable Middleware Gateway Based on HLA and DDS for L-V-C Simulation Training Systems
Jun, Hyung Kook; Eom, Young Ik;
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 Abstract
Recently, by developing many training systems in battle field, the demand for interconnecting and internetworking between Live, Virtual, Constructive training systems has been increased to support efficient data distribution and system control. But, there are lots of problems for them to interwork, because the existing researches only support L-L, V-V, C-C Interoperability. Therefore, we propose L-V-C gateway to provide interoperable simulation environment based on HLA and DDS between them. First, we illustrate FOM Management that parses RPR-FOM XML file to acquire Data information to be shared between them, and generates common data structure and source code used for L-V-C Gateway. L-V-C Gateway created from FOM Management supports Data Conversion and Quality of Service between HLA and DDS. HLA Federate and DDS Domainparticipant in L-V-C Gateway play a role of logical communication channel and relay data from HLA Federation to DDS Domain and vice versa.
 Keywords
LVC;Gateway;HLA;DDS;Middleware;
 Language
Korean
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