Creating Computer Simulation Systems: An

Creating Computer Simulation Systems: An Introduction to the High Level Architecture

As simulations become increasingly important in nearly all aspects of life, we're finding that combining existing systems is much more efficient than building newer, more complex replacements. Whether your interest is in business, the military, or entertainment or is even more general, Creating Computer Simulation Systems: An Introduction to the High Level Architecture will show you how to use the new standard for building and integrating modular simulation components and systems. The HLA, adopted by the U.S. Department of Defense, has been years in the making and recently has shot out ahead of its competitors to grab the attention of engineers and designers worldwide. The book/CD-ROM set contains an overview of the rationale and development of the HLA; a Windows-compatible implementation of the HLA Runtime Infrastructure (including test software); an extended, integrated tutorial that demonstrates its power and applicability to real-world problems; advanced topics and exercises; and well-thought-out programming examples in text and on disk. "The book's organization and design are top-notch - the chapters are nearly as modular as the systems they explore, though the meat of the book runs the reader through an extended set of problems focusing on the same model. Designed more as a guide than a reference, it is still well-indexed and a must for managers, technicians, programmers, and anyone else working on building simulations." Rob Lightner

Авторы Frederick Kuhl , Richard Weatherly , Judith Dahmann
Издательство Prentice Hall
Язык английский
Год 1999
ISBN 0130225118
Переплёт Мягкая обложка
Количество страниц 224
Код товара 9780130225115
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