In this paper, a new framework for sharing Combat Damage Assessment(CDA) is proposed to find out the differences of each CDA system between military combat units belonging to their own federate in a HLA/RTI federation. When there are engagements in a battle among combat units belonging to their own federate in the HLA/RTI federation, each result of damage assessments is very different. This affects the HLA/RTI federation’s confidence and needed to be overcome because it is also one of the major issues to generate reliable engagement data. Also, a RTI can generate only qualitative data about combat damage while quantitative data can be useful. Therefore, the new framework for sharing CDA and generating quantitative CDA data is proposed to solve the problems with a CDA Module of one federate which is considered to have a standard engagement logic. The new framework is also tested through two case studies by using two federates of a HLA 1516 / MÄK RTI federation. This new framework will be helpful to increase the interoperability in a HLA/RTI federation, provide an environment in which all developers can reuse the proposed new framework, and generate quantitative engagement data through this new framework.
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Lee, Gene H.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Park, Hongseon, "Design of a Framework for Sharing and Generating Combat Damage Assessment(CDA) of a HLA/RTI Federation" (2017). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 5545.
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