Title - Alternative

Application of reduced instruction set computer processors to training simulators

Contributors

Alverez, Andres; University of Central Florida. Department of Computer Science; University of Central Florida. Division of Sponsored Research; University of Central Florida. Institute for Simulation and Training

Subject

Computer networks -- Computer simulation; Distributed operating systems (Computers); Interactive computer systems

Abstract

Report on a study of the utility of reduced instruction set computer processors as the control computers in a training simulator. Report includes a master's thesis on detailed hardware design for interfacing transputer hardware to the NeXT computer.

Table of Contents

Summary -- Significant research findings -- Comparison with goals -- Commercialization activities -- Current problems -- Upcoming milestones -- Publications and presentations -- Direct external support -- SUS infrastructure interactions -- Appendix I Research presentation by Andres Alverez on interfacing transputors to the NeXTbus in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science [in Computer Engineering] entitled Interfacing an array of coprocessors to the NeXTbus -- Appendix II Research report by Andres Alverez on interfacing transputors to the NeXTbus in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Computer Engineering entitled Interfacing an array of coprocessors to the NeXTbus -- Appendix III Research paper on a benchmark for evaluating computer performance in flight simulator applications entitled A portable benchmark for simulator processors -- Appendix IV Technical portion of proposal to DARPA [Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency] based on technology developed under FHTIC [Florida High Technology and Industry Council] sponsorship, entitled Optimal virtual world displays.

Publication Date

1-1-1990

Place of Publication

Orlando (Fla.)

Number of Pages

262 pages

Prepared For

Florida High Technology and Industry Council; United States. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Document Number Statement

IST technical report numbers are not necessarily unique document numbers.

Rights

Not to be used for commercial purposes except by permission.

Publisher

Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida

Identifier

105IST; DP0006332

Call Number

QA76.58.C563 1990

Document Type

Research Report

Type

article

College

Institute for Simulation and Training

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