Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1516.2-2010

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Object Model Template (OMT) Specification

The High Level Architecture (HLA)–Object Model Template (OMT) specification defines the format and syntax (but not content) of HLA object models. Simulations are abstractions of the real world, and no one simulation can solve all of the functional needs for the modeling and simulation community. It is anticipated that advances in technology will allow for new and different modeling and simulation (M&S) implementations within the framework of the HLA. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, as a change in one is likely to have an impact on the others. As such, the HLA is an integrated approach that has been developed to provide a common architecture for simulation.

Sponsor Committee
C/SI - Simulation Interoperability Stds Organization/Stds Activity Committee
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2005-03-20
Superseding
1516.2-2000
Board Approval
2010-03-25
History
ANSI Approved:
2010-08-06
Published:
2010-08-18
Inactivated Date:
2021-03-25

Additional Resources

Downloads
1516.2-2010_downloads.zip

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SI - Simulation Interoperability Stds Organization/Stds Activity Committee
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Working Group
1516_WG - HLA Evolved Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Christian Orlando
Contact
Working Group Chair
Randy Saunders

P1516

Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Framework and Rules

This document provides an overview of the High Level Architecture (HLA), defines a family of related HLA documents, and defines the principles of HLA in terms of responsibilities that federates (simulations, supporting utilities, or interfaces to live systems) and federations (sets of federates working together) must uphold.

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P1516.1

Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Federate Interface Specification

This document defines the interface between federates (simulations, supporting utilities, or interfaces to live systems) and the underlying software services that support interfederate communication in a distributed simulation domain.

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P1516.2

Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Object Model Template (OMT) Specification

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No Active Standards

1516-2000

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA) - Framework and Rules

The High Level Architecture (HLA) Framework and Rules is the capstone document fora family of related HLA standards. It defines the HLA, its components, and the rules that outline the responsibilities of HLA federates and federations to ensure a consistent implementation. Simulations are abstractions of the real world, and no one simulation can solve all of the functional needs for the modeling and simulation community. It is anticipated that technology advances will allow for new and different modeling and simulation (M&S) implementations within the framework of the HLA. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, as a change in one is likely to have an impact on the others. As such, the HLA is an integrated approach that has been developed to provide a common architecture for simulation.

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1516.1-2000

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA) Federate Interface Specification

The high level architecture (HLA) has been developed to provide a common architecture for distributed modeling and simulation. The HLA defines an integrated approach that provides a common framework for the interconnection of interacting simulations. This document, the second in a family of three related HLA documents, defines the standard services of and interfaces to the HLA Runtime Infrastructure (RTI). These services are used by the interacting simulations to achieve a coordinated exchange of information when they participate in a distributed federation. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, when changes are made. They each have value independently.

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1516.2-2000

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA) - HLA Object Model Template (OMT) Specification

This IEEE Standards product is part of the 1516 family on Computer Simulation/Modeling & Simulation High Level Architecture. Abstract: The High Level Architecture (HLA) Object Model Template (OMT) specification defines the format and syntax (but not content) of HLA object models. Simulations are abstractions of the real world, and no one simulation can solve all of the functional needs for the modeling and simulation community. It is anticipated that advances in technology will allow for new and different modeling and simulation (M&S) implementations within the framework of the HLA. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, as a change in one is likely to have an impact on the others. As such, the HLA is an integrated approach that has been developed to provide a common architecture for simulation.

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1516.3-2003

IEEE Recommended Practice for High Level Architecture (HLA) Federation Development and Execution Process (FEDEP)

The processes and procedures that should be followed by users of the High Level Architecture (HLA) to develop and execute federations are defined in this recommended practice. This recommended practice is not intended to replace low-level management and systems engineering practices native to HLA user organizations, but is rather intended as a higher-level framework into which such practices can be integrated and tailored for specific uses.

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No Inactive-Withdrawn Standards

1516-2010

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Framework and Rules

This standard, describing the framework and rules of the High Level Architecture (HLA), is the capstone document for a family of related HLA standards. It defines the HLA, its components, and the rules that outline the responsibilities of HLA federates and federations to ensure a consistent implementation. Simulations are abstractions of the real world, and no one simulation can solve all of the functional needs for the modeling and simulation community. It is anticipated that technology advances will allow for new and different modeling and simulation (M&S) implementations within the framework of the HLA. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, as a change in one is likely to have an impact on the others. As such, the HLA is an integrated approach that has been developed to provide a common architecture for simulation.

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1516.1-2010

IEEE Standard for Modeling and Simulation (M&S) High Level Architecture (HLA)-- Federate Interface Specification

The High Level Architecture (HLA) has been developed to provide a common architecture for distributed modeling and simulation. The HLA defines an integrated approach that provides a common framework for the interconnection of interacting simulations. This document, the second in a family of three related HLA documents, defines the standard services of and interfaces to the HLA runtime infrastructure (RTI). These services are used by the interacting simulations to achieve a coordinated exchange of information when they participate in a distributed federation. The standards contained in this architecture are interrelated and need to be considered as a product set, when changes are made. They each have value independently.

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