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RE: Seeking interest in LVC Architecture Interoperability SG Emmet Beeker <a href="/index.htm?LOGON=A3%3Dind0609%26L%3DZ-ARCHIVE-SIW-CFI%26E%3Dquoted-printable%26P%3D36593%26B%3D--%26T%3Dtext%252Fhtml%3B%2520charset%3DUTF-8%26XSS%3D3%26header%3D1" target="_parent" >[log in to unmask]</a> <a href="/index.htm?LOGON=A3%3Dind0609%26L%3DZ-ARCHIVE-SIW-CFI%26E%3Dquoted-printable%26P%3D36593%26B%3D--%26T%3Dtext%252Fhtml%3B%2520charset%3DUTF-8%26XSS%3D3%26header%3D1" target="_parent" >[log in to unmask]</a> I am interested. Please add me to your list of contacts. Not sure of
level of participation at this time.

Emmet Beeker
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From: SIW-CFI: Katherine Morse
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Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 1:19 PM
Subject: Seeking interest in LVC Architecture Interoperability
SG


From: "Katherine Morse" ([log in to unmask])

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After the panel discussion last Tuesday during the CFI forum,
I've heard
from a couple of folks saying that they're interested in the SG
I proposed.
I'm willing to manage development of the TOR and participate in
the SG, but
I can't actually lead. That said, I'm looking for folks
interested in
participating. Here's my first cut at the rationale section of
the TOR.
Please respond with suggestions and offers to participate. I'm
also looking
for suggestions of other forums from which to seek
participation. Fair
warning: if you respond with suggestions for the TOR, I'll add
your name to
the list of proponents. ;-)

Mixed architecture systems are becoming increasingly
commonplace, and
simulation interoperability is a central issue. The interplay
between DIS
and HLA simulations is reasonably well understood. TENA is a
relative
newcomer to distributed simulation, but is increasingly be
bridged into HLA
and DIS based simulations. These Live-Virtual-Constructive
(LVC)
architecture solutions not only have differing technical
solutions, but
differing business models. This SG will assess the current and
future
technical and programmatic requirements of the M&S community
for LVC
architectures and interoperability between them. The study will
include
discussion of how the differing business models can work
together and assess
the impact on the entire community including users, developers,
vendors,
academicians, and international members of all of these groups.

The US DoD may be undertaking a study on this same topic. That
study will
call for review by the M&S community. The results of this SG
may be used for
this purpose.

KLM
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Katherine L. Morse, Ph.D.
FCS M&S Chief Software Engineer
AVP Technology
SAIC
10260 Campus Point Drive, MS A1G, San Diego, CA 92121
(858)826-6728; (858)826-2084 (fax); (858)775-8651 (cell)







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