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Title: An agent-based DDM for high level architecture
Authors: Tan, G. 
Xu, L. 
Moradi, F. 
Taylor, S.
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: Tan, G.,Xu, L.,Moradi, F.,Taylor, S. (2001). An agent-based DDM for high level architecture. Proceedings of the Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation, PADS : 75-82. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The Data Distribution Management (DDM) service is one of the six services provided in the Runtime Infrastructure (RTI) of High Level Architecture (HLA). Its purpose is to perform data filtering and reduce irrelevant data communicated between federates. The two DDM schemes proposed for RTI, region-based and grid-based DDM, are oriented to send as little irrelevant data to subscribers as possible, but only manage to filter part of this information and some irrelevant data is still being communicated. In a previous paper, we employed intelligent agents to perform data filtering in HLA, implemented an agent-based DDM in RTI (ARTI) and compared it with the other two filtering mechanisms. This paper reports on additional experiments, results and analysis using two scenarios, the AWACS sensing aircraft simulation and the air traffic control simulation scenario. Experimental results show that compared with other mechanisms, the agent-based approach communicates only relevant data and minimizes network communication, and is also comparable in terms of time efficiency. Some guidelines on when the agent-based scheme can be used are also given.
Source Title: Proceedings of the Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation, PADS
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