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Re: [certi-dev] FlightGear simulation latency

From: Eric Noulard
Subject: Re: [certi-dev] FlightGear simulation latency
Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 15:22:32 +0200

2009/5/23 Gotthard, Petr <address@hidden>:
>> > It's funny: The RPR FOM has velocity and acceleration values but
> does
>> > not have flaps, lights or landing gear indication. The ASN has the
>> > indicators, but does not have velocity and acceleration.
>> It seems that ASN primarily focuses on simulating long-distance
> flights
>> instead of closeup scenarios.
>> Does this mean that "someone" (TM) should convince them to add linear
>> and angular velocities and accelerations to their aircraft object with
>> the next update to their FOM ? There are quite a few big parties
>> involved in ASN ....
> The ASN group is a bit enclosed. They ignore HLA enthusiasts like me.
> The federates (players) don't have to understand all FOM parameters.
> This means we can develop a proprietary FOM extension that preserves a
> backward-compatibility with the native RPR/ASN federates. Of course,
> this will work only until the RPR/ASN decides to extend their FOM in a
> different way.

Just adding some HLA references regarding Modular FOM
to say that when we support modular FOM in CERTI
this could be easier to load "standard FOM" along side with extended one.

"Björn Möller, Björn Löfstrand. Use Cases for the HLA Evolved Modular
FOMs, Proceedings of 2007 Euro Simulation Interoperability Workshop,
07E-SIW-040, Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization, June

This is part of the forthcoming HLA Evolved standard:
"Björn Möller, Björn Löfstrand, Mikael Karlsson. An Overview of the
HLA Evolved Modular FOMs, Proceedings of 2007 Spring Simulation
Interoperability Workshop, 07S-SIW-108, Simulation Interoperability
Standards Organization, March 2007"

CERTI is **far** from supporting HLA Evolved, nevertheless
we should add incremental support to the parts of standard which are of interest
for us AND our users.


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