Multi-Simulation Interface for Windows Publisher's description
The Multi-Simulator Interface (MSI) is a simulation interconnection engine.
The Multi-Simulator Interface (MSI) is a simulation interconnection engine. In other words it is a program that connects simulations together by synchronizing their clocks and data. The MSI serves the same purpose as HLA and supports most of HLA's functionality (and more). The MSI is an HLA alternative. The major motivating factors in the design of the MSI are speed, interoperability, and ease of use.
A 1,536 to 1 reduction in size over the publicly available (until late 2002) HLA RTI.
At least one order of magnitude of bandwidth consumption less than the publicly available (until late 2002) HLA RTI.
The ability to subscribe to an object name in addition to a type.
Time synchronization that allows for proper causality when used with discrete event simulators.
Support for systems-of-systems (SoS) and hierarchically organized simulations.
Availability for many platforms.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall