From legacy model to future federate: the Janus Simulation Object Model
Buss, Arnold H.
Jackson, Leroy A.
Larimer, Larry R.
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The development team has been investigating the feasibility of including Janus in future HLA Federations. One necessary condition for a potential Federate is that it have an HLA Simulation Object Model (SOM). In this paper we will describe a comceptual mode and a SOM developed for Janus and the methodology used to develop it. This report provides the final results of work described in 97S-SIW-138 during the previous workshop. It includes a more detailed description of the methodology outlined in the previous paper. It highlights how the process used for SOM development differs in some critical ways from the current recommended FOM/SOM development process model. It stresses the benefits of first building the conceptual model of a legacy simulation during SOM development. It explores some advantages of including an analyst on the SOM development team.
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