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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Imprecise Computation As An Enabler For Complex And Time Critical Hla Simulation Networks
Author: Pozzer C.T.
Amorim J.A.
Gustavsson P.M.
Mellin J.
Heldal I.
Azevedo A.T.
Abstract: A trend over the past years is that simulation systems for training are being connected in simulation networks, allowing the interaction of teams spread in distributed sites. By combining interconnected simulation systems the simulation complexity increases and may affect time-critical simulation tasks in a negative way. As a consequence, the training simulation objectives may not be met. The same problem may occur when performing, for example, mission rehearsal on site, since available computation resources are usually very limited in this scenario, or for a joint fires scenario, where the large and complex functional chain (including intelligence, C2, forward observer, pilots, etc.) may overload existing resources. In this work, the technique of imprecise computation in real-time systems (ICRS) to preserve time-critical simulation tasks is presented. The ICRS technique allows time-critical tasks to produce quicker solutions for approximate results and saves computational resources. This paper discusses the main advantages of the ICRS technique by a review of the commonly used optimization concepts built upon imprecise computation field. The paper ends with presenting a work-in-progress: An architectural solution for aligning ICRS with the High Level Architecture (HLA), standardized as the IEEE 1516-series.
Editor: SISO - Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2014
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