This paper illustrates the motivation, the preliminary design and implementation issues, of a new distributed simulation middleware named Advanced RTI System (ARTÌS). The aim of the ARTÌS middleware is to support parallel and distributed simulations of complex systems characterized by heterogeneous and distributed model components. The ARTÌS design is oriented to support the model components heterogeneity, distribution and reuse, and to increase the simulation performances, scalability and speedup, in parallel and distributed simulation scenarios. Another design issue of the ARTÌS framework is the dynamic adaptation of the interprocess communication layer to the heterogeneous communication support of different simulation scenarios. In this paper we illustrate the guidelines and architecture that we considered in the design and implementation of the ARTÌS middleware, and we sketch some case studies that demonstrated the ARTÌS utility and motivation, e.g., a distributed simulation of massively populated wireless ad hoc and sensor networks.

ARTIS: A parallel and distributed simulation middleware for performance evaluation

BONONI, LUCIANO;BRACUTO, MICHELE;D'ANGELO, GABRIELE;DONATIELLO, LORENZO
2004

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This paper illustrates the motivation, the preliminary design and implementation issues, of a new distributed simulation middleware named Advanced RTI System (ARTÌS). The aim of the ARTÌS middleware is to support parallel and distributed simulations of complex systems characterized by heterogeneous and distributed model components. The ARTÌS design is oriented to support the model components heterogeneity, distribution and reuse, and to increase the simulation performances, scalability and speedup, in parallel and distributed simulation scenarios. Another design issue of the ARTÌS framework is the dynamic adaptation of the interprocess communication layer to the heterogeneous communication support of different simulation scenarios. In this paper we illustrate the guidelines and architecture that we considered in the design and implementation of the ARTÌS middleware, and we sketch some case studies that demonstrated the ARTÌS utility and motivation, e.g., a distributed simulation of massively populated wireless ad hoc and sensor networks.
Computer and Information Sciences - ISCIS 2004
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BONONI L.; BRACUTO M.; D'ANGELO G.; DONATIELLO L.
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