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Title: "Migrating the HLA Object Model Template to an IEEE Standard"
Author: Richard Lutz Principal Staff Engineer in JWAD at APL.
Publication Date: March 1 2000
Free/Fee: Free Access
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Abstract: DoD's High Level Architecture (HLA) was established to promote and facilitate interoperability across a wide range of military simulation systems. The purpose of the HLA Object Model Template (OMT) is twofold: (1) to provide a standardized mechanism for HLA federations to formally specify the format of runtime data exchange, and (2) to provide a standard format for specifying the external interface of individual HLA federates. This article reports on recent efforts to transition the current DoD version of the OMT to a recognized commercial standard. The OMT modifications implemented in this transition are highlighted, as is the standardization process that was used to gain community consensus and acceptance.
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