Soldier Station: Integrating Constructive and Virtual Models
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Soldier Station is a unique simulation system which bridges the gap between two distinct realms of modeling: constructive and virtual. The Soldier Station operator controls a simulated dismounted infantry soldier in a 3D virtual environment with rules of movement, engagement and tactics provided from a constructive model. This paper describes the Soldier Station system, its design, and the integration of two separate simulations with radically different modeling philosophies. The features of the resulting system, its limitations, and plans for future work are presented.
CGF Computer Generated Forces and Behavioral Representation
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