CTS 04 DEMO III
Visual Simulation Objects (VSO) is an architecture specification, design and execution toolkit that assists analysts in rapidly prototyping system designs and evaluating their dynamic performance. VSO uses a graphical representation language based upon Colored Petri Nets to describe objects and their interactions. It can be used both for individual applications and in a collaborative development environment.
We will demonstrate how to build and execute a complex architecture and extract performance information from it. The following features of VSO will be presented:
¡¤ Entity construction and Re-use
¡¤ Using pre-built entities to create an architecture
¡¤ Executing an architecture and evaluating performance metrics
¡¤ Composing an architecture using HLA
Dr. John Woodring, Chief Scientist, Modasco, Inc.,
Dr. Woodring is the Chief Scientist for Modasco, Inc. and responsible for the technical oversight of all its commercial and government contracts. He has 25 years experience in modeling and simulation and over 75 classified publications in military tactics analysis and evaluation. He is currently the Principal Investigator for Air Force R&D projects related to the development of model architecture tools that can be used to evaluate warfighting alternatives.