Extensible Modeling and Simulation Framework (XMSF) Exemplars in Analytic Combat Modeling
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The Extensible Modeling and Simulation Framework (XMSF) is a composable set of standards, profiles and recommended practices for Web-based modeling & simulation (M&S) (http://www.movesinstitute.org/xmsf/xmsf.html). A number of exemplar prototypes are in progress to demonstrate the ability of XML-based markup languages, Internet technologies and Web Services to enable a new generation of distributed M&S applications to emerge, develop and interoperate, including interoperability with command and control systems. This paper describes work being performed to enhance existing analytical models and tools while serving as proof of concept for XMSF ideas. Key applications include integration of the Naval Simulation System (NSS) with the Simk it open source Discrete Event Simulation library and integration of a variety of models and tools in the Flexible Asymmetric Simulation Technologies (FAST) program. The paper describes work completed, work in progress, and future opportunities.
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