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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 6227

Enabling Technologies for Simulation Science X
Editor(s): Dawn A. Trevisani
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 6227
Date Published: 4 May 2006
Softcover: 22 papers (226) pages
ISBN: 9780819462831

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Using GPU-generated virtual video stream for multi-sensor system
Author(s): Dezhi Liao; Brian Hennessey
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Increasing combat realism: the effectiveness of stun belt use on soldiers for the enhancement of live training and testing exercises
Author(s): Bradley C. Schricker; Christopher Antalek
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Tag-n-track system for situation awareness for MOUTs
Author(s): Rakesh Kumar; Manoj Aggarwal; Thomas E. Germano; Tao Zhao; Robert Fontana; Martin Bushika
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A framework for adaptive modeling and ontology-driven simulation (FAMOS)
Author(s): Perakath Benjamin; Michael Graul
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A framework for modeling and simulation at multiple levels of abstraction
Author(s): Michael Graul; Perakath Benjamin; Mukul Patki; Madhav Erraguntla
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Security simulation for vulnerability assessment
Author(s): Brian Hennessey; Bradley Norman; Robert B. Wesson
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Transitioning the DSAP infrastructure to a web service environment
Author(s): Craig Lammers; Robert M. McGraw
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Effectiveness measurements and state estimation simulation for DSAP
Author(s): Robert M. McGraw; Craig Lammers; Dawn A. Trevisani
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Polymorphic collaboration in the global grid
Author(s): William K. McQuay
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High-priority areas for army battle command (BC)-related modeling and simulation (M&S) science and technology (S&T)
Author(s): William S. Murphy; Joe Foreman; Dean S. Hartley; Albert A. Sciarretta; Stuart H. Starr
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Development of metrics to access command, control, and communications (C3) performance
Author(s): Martin R. Stytz; Sheila B. Banks
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Federated executable architecture technology as an enabling technology for simulation of large systems
Author(s): Gregory A. Harrison; Russell Hutt; Howard S. Kern; Salaheddine Saidi; Christopher A. Young
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Theory and methods for supporting high-level decision making
Author(s): Paul K. Davis; James P. Kahan
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A qualitative multiresolution model for counterterrorism
Author(s): Paul K. Davis
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A simulated force generator with an adaptive command structure
Author(s): P. Jeff Hanes
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Using GOMS and Bayesian plan recognition to develop recognition models of operator behavior
Author(s): Jack D. Zaientz; Elyon DeKoven; Nicholas Piegdon; Scott D. Wood; Marcus J. Huber
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Visual unified modeling language for the composition of scenarios in modeling and simulation systems
Author(s): Michael L. Talbert; Daniel E. Swayne
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Data modeling predictive control theory for deriving real-time models from simulations
Author(s): Holger Jaenisch; James Handley; Mike Hicklen; Marvin Barnett
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Verifying end-to-end system performance with the transformational information extraction model
Author(s): Alisha Mauck; Greg Roszyk
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Migrating modeling and simulation applications on to high performance computers
Author(s): Mark D. Barnell; Brian J. Rahn
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Accelerated modeling and simulation with a desktop supercomputer
Author(s): Eric J. Kelmelis; John R. Humphrey; James P. Durbano; Fernando E. Ortiz
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Foresight for commanders: a methodology to assist planning for effects-based operations
Author(s): Paul K. Davis; James P. Kahan
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