HLA Tutorial - High Level Architecture

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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 1 Mr. Robert Elliott, Canada, DND SECO Mr. David Edmondson, UK, DSTL Dr. Jean-Louis Igarza, France, DGA Mr. Neil Smith, UK, DSTL ITEC 2009 11 May 2009 Manager’s Guide to the High Level Architecture for Modelling and Simulation (HLA)
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 2 Outline Objective HLA Overview Use Cases Federation Resource Considerations Federation Development Process Summary and Wrap Up M&S Introduction
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 3 Objectives ± Benefits of using modelling and simulation ± Issues to be considered to implementing M&S and HLA ± Basic understanding of HLA concepts ± Benefits of using HLA ± Systems engineering process for HLA ± Resources required to effectively employ HLA
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 4 Outline Objective HLA Overview Use Cases Federation Resource Considerations Federation Development Process Summary and Wrap Up Topics ± ± ± Distributed simulation ± Interoperability ± Verification and validation
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 5 9 ± a representation of the real world ± an enabling tool that improves our lives today, prepares us for a better tomorrow, and provides a means to meet national and international security challenges 9 ± exist everywhere in our lives ± used extensively for acquisition, analysis, experimentation, planning, testing and training 5 Courtesy of Alion
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 6 What is Modelling and Simulation? An attempt to represent real world: Processes Equipment People Activities Environments Courtesy of Alion
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 7 ± Aid for: ± Thought (Help develop and explore issues) ± Communication (Picture worth 1,000 words) ± Training and Instruction ± Experimentation ± Prediction ± Improves capabilities Canadian source
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 8 ± Model A representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process. Software models of specific entities are comprised of algorithms and data. Source: NATO Modeling and Simulation Master Plan ± Simulation The execution over time of models representing the attributes of one or more entities or processes. Human-in-the-Loop simulations, also known as simulators, are a special class of simulations. Source: NATO Modeling and Simulation Master Plan ± Synthetic Environment A representation of the world as defined by the simulation and models. Canadian Source Simulation Model Model Model Synthetic Environment Execution
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ITEC 2009 20090430 – Slide 9 Types of Simulations ± Live - Simulation involving real people operating real systems ± Virtual - Simulation involving real people operating simulated systems ± Constructive - Simulation involving simulated people operating simulated systems. Real people can stimulate (make inputs) but are not involved in determining outcomes.
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