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DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1089.2010.11091

Journal of Computer-Aided Design & Computer Graphics (计算机辅助设计与图形学学报) 2010/22:9 PP.1600-1605

Design of Virtual Range Architecture


Abstract:
To construct the virtual range by using the methods of simulation, test and high performance computing applied to the range test, and improve the efficiency of the range test, we study the hierarchy of the advanced simulation and computing (ASC) plan. We also analyze the architecture of SIERRA framework to realize the codes of ASC and describe in detail the test and training enabling architecture (TENA). By combining the simulation and test methods in the ASC and the high performance computing services in the SIERRA framework with the TENA, the virtual range architecture (VRA) and its middleware are designed. The VRA overcomes the limitation that the TENA lacks the support of the high performance computing. The test results of the example of missile attacking fighter shows that the virtual test with VRA can provide strong support for the product analysis, simulation and test.

Key words:virtual range architecture,advanced simulation and computing,test and training enabling architecture,SIERRA framework

ReleaseDate:2014-07-21 15:25:49



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