Research and Design for Terminal Display System of Digitized Tank Integrated Simulator


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The terminal display system is a basic component of digitized tank integrated simulator. The combination of VAPS platform which is installed on PCs with VC++6.0 development environment is the basis of simulation system. And work in practice that can not only reduce design costs but also shorten design cycles. First, the structure, design concepts and realization methods of this simulation system are introduced. The system architecture diagram and the development process are given later. The research of several key issues is focused on, including the display of simulation interface as well as external drivers, and finally the development of the terminal display system for the tank integrated simulator is achieved so that met the demands for training purpose.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 466-467)

Edited by:

Wu Jinhui, Zhao Maotai and Wu Bo




Q. Xue et al., "Research and Design for Terminal Display System of Digitized Tank Integrated Simulator", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 466-467, pp. 891-895, 2012

Online since:

February 2012




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