Center for Human Modeling and Simulation

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Conference Paper

Date of this Version

December 1994

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Copyright 1994 IEEE. Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1994 AI, Simulation and Planning in High Autonomy Systems Conference, December 1994, pages 84-90.
Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/AIHAS.1994.390496

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Abstract

Most Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) technology demonstrated over the past several years has focused on the interaction of vehicles. The dismounted infantryman - the individual foot soldier - has been largely ignored or represented by static models. After six weeks of development, The Naval Postgraduate School, SARCOS, Inc., and, University of Pennsylvania, under Army Research Laboratory sponsorship, demonstrated the insertion of a fully articulated human figure into a DIS environment. This paper outlines the network and software architecture of the system.

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Date Posted: 24 July 2007

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