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An Architecture for Distributed Virtual Proving Ground Applications

Document Number:N2000-005
Document Type:Conference paper
Author(s):Yiannis E. Papelis
Tad Gates
Publication / Venue Name:IMAGE2000
Publication Date:2000-03-30
Abstract:The advent of high-speed computing and the maturity of driving simulation technology have facilitated the development of high-fidelity simulators and virtual reality systems that are increasingly used to improve engineering product design. To date, however, collaboration between high-fidelity operator-in-the-loop simulators and interactive visualization and design solutions is lacking, primarily because of the geographical distribution of facilities hosting such systems. Furthermore, supercomputing facilities, which could provide unique real-time analysis capabilities, are under-utilized for real-time processing tasks because of their physical distance from simulator sites. This paper describes a software architecture and related tools that are currently under development and whose goal is to facilitate distributed virtual proving ground applications.
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Copyright:IMAGE Society
Keywords:virtual proving ground

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