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Languages: French
Types: Article
Subjects: Simulation distribuée, HLA, RTI, Interopérabilité, Réutilisation, Extensibilité, Interfédérations, Fédérés-ponts, Domaines, 000
Cette thèse s’inscrit dans le contexte de HLA, une architecture de simulation distribuée dont l'objectif est de permettre l'interopérabilité et la réutilisation d’applications de simulation. L'ONERA a développé une plate-forme de simulation distribuée compatible HLA (appelée CERTI). L'objectif de cette thèse est d'étendre le travail entrepris sur CERTI en se basant sur l'introduction de la notion classique de domaine. Nous étudions différentes techniques impliquant cette notion et dont les objectifs concernent l'interopérabilité, la sécurité, la réutilisation ainsi que l'amélioration des performances. Notre contribution tient d’une part dans la réalisation de simulateurs-ponts permettant l'interconnexion de plusieurs simulations et d’autre part dans le développement de services de CERTI destinés à optimiser les échanges de données entre domaines. This thesis focuses on HLA (High-Level Architecture), a distributed simulation archi- tecture for simulation reuse and interoperability. A HLA-compliant distributed simulation platform (called CERTI) has been developed at ONERA. This thesis aims at extending the works involving CERTI by introducing the classic concept of domain. We study several methods involving this notion and dealing with a wide range of purposes : interoperability, security, reuse and performance improvement. Our main contribution is the design and implementation of bridgesimulators allowing the interconnection of several HLA-based simulations. We have also developed "Data Distribution Management" services for CERTI, whose purpose is to optimize inter-domain data transfers.
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