Data representation for sensor models within a synthetic natural environment (SEDRIS)
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Trans. Soc. Comput. Simul.
virtual reality; interoperability; synthetic natural environment; sensors; data model; SEDRIS; HIGH-LEVEL ARCHITECTURE; SIMULATION; Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications; Computer Science, ; Software Engineering
The Synthetic Environment Data Representation and interchange Specification (SEDRIS) methodology enables representation and interchange of environmental data between heterogeneous simulation systems. Central to the SEDRIS methodology is the correlation of local Synthetic Environment data models with the generalized SEDRIS Data Representation Model prior to the interoperation of a distributed system. The Unified Modeling Language and associated Data Dictionary provide the means to umambiguously articulate information about the Data Representation Model. We consider the general representation of sensor systems in the SEDRIS Data Representation Model, provide a survey of sensor simulations, and discuss enhancements to SEDRIS Data Representation Model stemming from our investigation. Future extensions to this methodology are also suggested.
Transactions of the Society for Computer Simulation International
"Data representation for sensor models within a synthetic natural environment (SEDRIS)" (2000). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 2748.