Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International
This article presents the design and development of a satellite cluster system that supports an interfederation communication in High Level Architecture (HLA)-compliant distributed simulation. The interfederation communication enables the execution of a complex, large-scale cluster system of distributed satellites that share the dispersed data assets among satellite components collaboratively. After a brief review of the HLA bridge for interfederation communication, the authors discuss the design issues related to a satellite cluster system that provides cluster management, interfederation communication, and communication data management. They analyze system performance and scalability for centralized and decentralized configurations. The empirical results on the heterogeneous OS distributed system indicate that the satellite cluster system is effective and scalable due to the use of interfederation communication and the reduction of data transmission.
Lee, Jong Sik; Luu, Thong; and Konangi, Vijaya K., "Design of a Satellite Cluster System in Distributed Simulation" (2005). Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Faculty Publications. 49.
Lee, J. S., Luu, T., , & Konangi, V. K. (2005). Design of a Satellite Cluster System in Distributed Simulation. Simulation, 81(1), 57-66. doi:10.1177/0037549705051971
©2005 The Society for Modeling and Simulation International