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Presents a modelling-driven software engineering approach for distributed simulation (1st book of its kind on this)
Provides synergies between model-driven SWE, simulation, intelligent agents and computer systems development
Supports exposition with three medium-to-large-scale case studies in the field, as well as new updates on high-level computer architecture
“Distributed Simulation: Model Driven Engineering Approach” presents a unique frame of reference in presenting the principles, concepts, and development processes of Distributed Simulation (DS) from the point of view of the Model Driven Engineering (MDE) perspective. As the only book that builds on the synergies of Distributed Simulation and Model-Driven Engineering, it explains the theoretical underpinnings of DS and MDE and demonstrates the utility and effectiveness of MDE principles in developing DS applications. In this respect, the book covers de facto DS standard – High Level Architecture (HLA) (also a “de jure” standard IEEE 1516-2010) in order to illustrate theoretical issues and serve as a test-bed to substantiate the role of MDE for DS. Moreover, it explores the role of simulation for MDE and provides three large-scale case studies to highlight the development phases of DS.