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Extensible Battle Management Language as a Transformation Enabler
William Sudnikovich, Atlantic COnsulting Services, Inc., Mark Pullen, George Mason University, Martin S. Kleiner, Northrop Grumman Information Technology, Scott A. Carey, Northrop Grumman Information Technology, November 2004

Web Service Interest Management (WSIM) Prototype
Mark Pullen, George Mason University, XMSF "Deep Dive" session, August 2004

Web Services Supporting Simulation to Global Information Grid
Mark Pullen, George Mason University, 2003

Battle Management Language Fundamentals
Michael R. Hieb, ALION Science & Technology, 2003

Standardizing Battle Management Language - Facilitating Coalition Interoperability
Michael R. Hieb, ALION Science & Technology, 2003

Avoiding Another Green Elephant - A Proposal for the Next Generation HLA based on the Model Driven Architecture" Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Orlando, Florida, September 2002,  
Andreas Tolk, VMASC, 2002

Model Scheme - A Good Fit for C4ISR, COTS Journal, Volume 4, Number 10, October 2002, pp. 87-89,  
Andreas Tolk, VMASC, 2002

Ideas for a Common Framework for Military M&S and C3I Systems, European Simulation Interoperability Workshop Stockholm, Sweden, June 2003  
Andreas Tolk, VMASC, 2003
Mark Pullen, George Mason University, 2003

Modeling and Simulation Integration with Network-Centric Command and Control Architectures, Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, Orlando, Florida, September 2003  
John J. Daly, Booz-Allen & Hamilton, 2003
Andreas Tolk, VMASC, 2003

Adapting Legacy Computational Software for XMSF
Elizabeth L. White, Mark Pullen, George Mason University, 2003

Internet and Multicast Service Issues for XMSF
J. Mark Pullen, Dennis Moen, George Mason University, 2003

Enabling Real-Time Distributed Virtual Simulation Over the Internet
Using Host-based Overlay Multicast

Dennis Moen, J. Mark Pullen, George Mason University, 2003

XMSF Workshop Symposium Report 2002





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