Multi-Resolution Modeling, MRM, aggregation, disaggregation, MRE, MRM approach
The goal of this research is to build an experimental environment for the Simulation Interoperability Laboratory (SIL) of the University of Central Florida (UCF). The Simulation Interoperability Laboratory (SIL) is researching about multi-resolution modeling(MRM), with a focus on military field uses. This thesis proposes steps to develop an MRM federation system and build two different MRM systems using COTS simulations (SIMBox, VR-Forces, and MASA Sword). This report is written to provide the basis for a time-based MRM federation study in the Simulation Interoperability Laboratory. The report describes many definitions and notions related to Multi-Resolution Modeling(MRM) and discusses examples to make better understanding for further research. MRM is relatively new research, and there are high demands for integrating simulators running in military field purposes. Most military-related research is based on simulators currently being used in the military; this poses a problem for research because the data is classified, resulting in many limitations for outside researchers to see the military's process for building an MRM system or the results of the research. Therefore, development of the MRM federation using COTS simulations can provide many examples of MRM issues for future research.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Industrial Engineering and Management Systems
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Kim, Jaeho, "Development of an MRM Federation System Using COTS Simulations" (2018). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 6421.
Restricted to the UCF community until 2-15-2020; it will then be open access.