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A Transformation Method of Polygon Data for Visualization of Height Map in SEDRIS
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 Title & Authors
A Transformation Method of Polygon Data for Visualization of Height Map in SEDRIS
Son, Hyun-Seung; Kim, Young-Chul;
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 Abstract
The Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) complexly perform modeling and simulation (M&S) for the various embedded systems. In this case, due to use diverse formatted models, we suggest to apply with the SEDRIS to systematically manage the different formatted data on M&S. The SEDRIS can reduce time and cost with reusing and interoperating environment data developed in the specific domain. To do this, we should input the data transformed the height map for terrain representation in a simulator into raster data of SEDRIS for which interoperate between the existed simulator and the SEDRIS. To solve the problem, we propose the transformation method to transfer the polygon data from RAW file used in terrain representation. With the proposed method, we can provide two advantages. First, it can possibly express the environment data into SEDRIS. Second, we can see the terrain like an image file through a viewer. Therefore, even non-expert easily constructs the terrain environment data.
 Keywords
Synthetic Environment Data Representation & Interchange Specification (SEDRIS);Height Map;Data Representation Model (DRM);Terrain Environment;Cyber Physical System (CPS);
 Language
Korean
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