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Enabling Technology for Simulation Science IV
Editor(s): Alex F. Sisti

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Volume Number: 4026
Date Published: 23 June 2000

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Multiresolution multiperspective modeling (MRMPM) as an enabler of exploratory analysis
Author(s): Paul K. Davis
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Implementing multiresolution models and families of models: from entity-level simulation to desktop stochastic models and "repro" models
Author(s): Jimmie McEver; Paul K. Davis; James H. Bigelow
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Case history of using entity-level simulation as imperfect experimental data for informing and calibrating simpler analytical models for interdiction
Author(s): James H. Bigelow; Paul K. Davis; Jimmie McEver
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Clustering methods for multiresolution simulation modeling
Author(s): Christos G. Cassandras; Christakis G. Panayiotou; Gregory Diehl; Weibo Gong; Zheng Liu; Changchun Zou
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Reconfigurable simulation visualizer
Author(s): Jason A. Moore; Chad Salisbury
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Use of 3D metaphor in programming
Author(s): John F. Hopkins; Paul A. Fishwick
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Virtual reality simulation mechanism on WWW
Author(s): Fei Wang; Yuncheng Feng; Youshuang Wei
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Simulation of laser detection and ranging (LADAR) and forward-looking infrared (FLIR) data for autonomous tracking of airborne objects
Author(s): Gavin Powell; Keith C. Markham; David Marshall
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Embedded real-time high-level architecture (HLA) application case study
Author(s): Kirk A. Dunkelberger
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Conceptual FOM design tool
Author(s): Lee S. Krause; Carla L. Burns
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Runtime services for sharing high-performance distributed data structures among HLA simulations
Author(s): Donald M. Leskiw; Junmei Zhau
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Digital object multimodel simulation formalism and architecture
Author(s): Robert M. Cubert; Paul A. Fishwick
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Virtual Targets Center: a working example of efficient distribution of modeling and simulation resources
Author(s): Stephanie E. Brown
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Baobab: a software architecture and methodology for distributed simulation and interaction
Author(s): Jared Rosoff
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Air Force hierarchy of models: a look inside the great pyramid
Author(s): Dawn A. Trevisani; Alex F. Sisti
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Model abstraction results using state-space system identifications
Author(s): Douglas A. Popken
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Kalman approach to accuracy management for interoperable heterogeneous model abstraction within an HLA-compliant simulation
Author(s): Donald M. Leskiw; Junmei Zhau
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Neural network submodel as an abstraction tool: relating network performance to combat outcome
Author(s): Greg Jablunovsky; Clark Dorman; Paul S. Yaworsky
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Modeling and simulation of the ISR tasking, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TPED) process
Author(s): James B. Kraiman; Brad Kingston; James Muccio
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Model abstractions for real-time network environments
Author(s): Bruno R. Andriamanalimanana; Saumen S. Sengupta; Joe Riolo; Tom Svedman; Mohammed Khan; Keith Gates
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Two-surface simplification algorithms for polygonal terrain with integrated road features
Author(s): Guy A. Schiavone; Ying Dai; Grace Yu; Jian-Ping Gu
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Framework solutions for complete collaborative environments
Author(s): Vance M. Saunders; Derek Maddox
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Visage-Link: a medium for distributed collaboration in information-intensive domains
Author(s): Mark D. Foresti
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Using the dynamic focusing architecture for analysis of systems of systems
Author(s): Thomas C. Fall
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Methodology of modeling and interactive simulation of combat processes for CAX and DSS
Author(s): Andrzej Najgebauer; Tadeusz Nowicki
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COREBA (cognition-oriented emergent behavior architecture)
Author(s): S. David Kwak
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Object-oriented reasoning in cognitive systems
Author(s): Janusz Korniak
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CEE interfacing for Khoros: visual interactive programming for enterprise research (VIPER)
Author(s): Kevin J. Farrar; Jong S. Hwang
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Assessing candidates for model abstraction
Author(s): Richard A. MacDonald; Robert M. McGraw
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