2005 Euro SIW
 

 2005 European Simulation Interoperability Workshop

Centre de Congress
Toulouse, France
June 27-29, 2005

The 2005 Euro SIW is an event encompassing a broad range of model and simulation issues, applications and communities. It will consist of tutorials on the state-of-the-art methodologies, tools and techniques; topical survey sessions as well as a series of forums addressing interoperability issues and proposed solutions.

 

Special thanks to our local organizers: Onera, and Thales
From this Conference...

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SIWZIE AWARDS
 
 2005 Euro"SIWzie" Awarded Papers

Below is the list of those papers that have been selected to receive a 2005 Euro "SIWzie" Award. The papers are listed in descending order of consensus among the judges. 
Equally ranked papers are listed in numerical order.

 

A Layered Web Services Architecture to Adapt Legacy Systems to Command & Control Information Exchange Data Model (C2IEDM)
Bo Sun, VMASC
Dr. Andreas Tolk, VMASC
Saikou Diallo, VMASC
Charles Turnitsa, VMASC
Kevin Dupigny, VMASC
05E-SIW-047 Grid-aware Large Scale Distributed Simulation of Agent-based Systems
Dr. Yi Zhang, School of Computer Science
Dr. Georgios Theodoropoulos, School of Computer Science
Stephen Turner, School of Computer Engineering
Wentong Cai, School of Computer Engineering
Brian Logan, School of Computer Science & Information Technology
Rob Minson, University of Birmingham
Yong Xie, Singapore-MIT Alliance
05E-SIW-002 Modeling Assumptions: How they affect Validation and Interoperability
Dr. Marko Hofmann, ITIS, University of the Federal Armed Forces, Germany
05E-SIW-014 The Challenge of Simulation Support for Network Centric
Operations
Frank Hill, SDS International
05E-SIW-004 An Ontology of the Visual Domain for Synthetic Environments
Barry Bitters, Department of Environmental Studies
05E-SIW-020 Making RTI Tuning Easy with Performance Profiles
Bjorn Moller, Pitch Technologies
Mikael Karlsson, Pitch Technologies