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For each SISO workshop, the Conference Committee solicits nominations from the Session or Forum leadership for papers considered to the ``the most important to be read by the people who were not able to attend the Workshop.`` Nominated papers are then read by members of the Conference Committee or Program Committee, who vote for the papers considered to the the most significant presented at the workshop. SISO extends our congratulations to the authors of the following papers that have been selected to receive a 2004 Spring SIW ``SIWzie Award``. These papers may be accessed via the SISO web site at http://www.sisostds.org/conference/index.cfm?confspring On the web page, they are listed in numerical order. Below, they are listed in descending order of consensus among the judges, with the highest rated papers listed first. 04S-SIW-009 Composable Mission Spaces and M&S Repositories - Applicability of Open Standards Dr. Andreas Tolk, VMASC, Old Dominion Univ. 04S-SIW-056 Experiences Using the Six Services of the IEEE 1516.1 Specification: A 1516 Tutorial Sean Murphy, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Lab Jonathan Labin, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Lab Robert Lutz, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Lab 04S-SIW-035 Using Distributed Agents to Improve the Efficiency of End-Host Multicast Robert Simon, PhD, George Mason University Woan Sun Chang, George Mason University J Mark Pullen, DSc, George Mason University 04S-SIW-030 Real-time Scheduling of HLA Simulator Components Roger Jansen, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory Jan Jelle Boomgaardt, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory Marco Brass, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory Wim Huiskamp, TNO Physics and Electronics Laboratory 04S-SIW-111 Applying Design Patterns for Enabling Simulation Interoperability Paul Gustavson, SimVentions, Inc. Robert Lutz, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory Katherine L. Morse Ph.D., SAIC Steven Reichenthal, Boeing 04S-SIW-114 Environmental Data Models: Necessary but Not Sufficient for Interoperability Virginia Dobey, SAIC/DMSO Peter Eirich, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory 04S-SIW-142 Extensible Modeling and Simulation Framework (XMSF) Exemplars in Analytic Combat Modeling Curtis Blais, Naval Postgraduate School 04S-SIW-100 Evolution of the Standard Simulation Architecture Jeffrey Steinman Ph.D., RAM Laboratories Douglas Hardy, US Navy 04S-SIW-050 Findings and Recommendations from the 2003 Composable Mission Space Environments Workshop Katherine L. Morse Ph.D., SAIC Mikel D. Petty Ph.D., VMASC, Old Dominion Univ. Paul F. Reynolds Jr. Ph.D., University of Virginia William F. Waite, AEgis Technologies Group Philomena M. Zimmerman, U. S. Army Material Command 04S-SIW-113 Developing Battle Management Language into a Web Service Michael Hieb Ph.D., Alion Science and Technology J Mark Pullen, D.Sc., George Mason University William Sudnikovich, Atlantic Consulting Services, Inc. Dr. Andreas Tolk, VMASC, Old Dominion University, 04S-SIW-002 Venator - a Tool for Analysing the Integrity and Correlation of Synthetic Environment Terrain Databases Paul Clarke, QinetiQ Dr. Paul Wonnacott, QinetiQ The Conference Committee also thanks the authors of all papers submitted to the SIW. Without them, the workshop would literally not be possible.



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