Distributed Simulation Modeling: A Comparison Of HLA, CORBA, and RMI
Buss, Arnold H.
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The execution of distributed simulations has become increasingly important to the Department of Defense (DOD). This paper compares three architectures for supporting distributed computing, HLA, CORBA, and RMI. While the fundamental structure of each is similar, there are differences that can profoundly impact an application developer or the administrator of a distributed simulation exercise.
Proceedings of the 1998 Winter Simulation Conference D.J. Medeiros, E.F. Watson, J.S. Carson and M.S. Manivannan, eds., Pages 819-825]
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