Difference between revisions of "Federate"

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{{quote-diesis|* "A single [[simulation model]] that interoperates with other [[simulation]]s in a federation" {{Rathnam2004}}.
 
{{quote-diesis|* "A single [[simulation model]] that interoperates with other [[simulation]]s in a federation" {{Rathnam2004}}.
 
* In the DIESIS context, a federate also refers to the aggregate of a simulator and its specific enhancements, e.g., certain interfaces or middleware.
 
* In the DIESIS context, a federate also refers to the aggregate of a simulator and its specific enhancements, e.g., certain interfaces or middleware.
* In the [[HLA]] context, this could represent one platform (e.g., a cockpit simulator) or could represent an aggregate, like an entire national simulation of air traffic flow}}
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* In the [[HLA]] context, this could represent one platform (e.g., a cockpit simulator) or could represent an aggregate, like an entire national [[simulation]] of air traffic flow.}}
  
 
=== Other International Definitions ===
 
=== Other International Definitions ===

Revision as of 22:35, 14 July 2014


Definitions

European Definitions

DIESIS project

The DIESIS project [1] gives the following definition:

  • "A single simulation model that interoperates with other simulations in a federation" [2].
  • In the DIESIS context, a federate also refers to the aggregate of a simulator and its specific enhancements, e.g., certain interfaces or middleware.
  • In the HLA context, this could represent one platform (e.g., a cockpit simulator) or could represent an aggregate, like an entire national simulation of air traffic flow.


Other International Definitions

United Nations’ Definition

National Definitions

Standard Definition

Discussion Topic

See also

Federation

Notes

  1. http://www.diesis-project.eu/
  2. Tarun Rathnam (2004). Using Ontologies to Support Interoperability in Federated Simulation. Master Thesis. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. http://www.smartech.gatech.edu/handle/1853/4788.

References