Research on Information Distribution Optimization of Multi-Federation Interconnected Tactical Communication Simulation Training

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Multi-federation interconnected structure is the support structure that adapts to large-scale tactical communication network joint training. It needs to organize the distribution and transmission of various kinds of data effectively to assure high efficiency training. Aiming at the information distribution problem of multi-federation interconnected tactical communication network simulation training process, the single federation structure and multi-federation interconnected structure were brought out. Based on the region discerption of training scale and data classification of data, aiming at the characteristics of network traffic, networking parameters and operation state data, the specific solutions were proposed, so that the information distribution in the simulation training was optimized

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 460-461)

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Yanwen Wu

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381-387

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J. S. Zhang and Z. Y. Fang, "Research on Information Distribution Optimization of Multi-Federation Interconnected Tactical Communication Simulation Training", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 460-461, pp. 381-387, 2011

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January 2011

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