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Reusability, Interoperability and Composability in Air Warfare Simulations

Call For Papers

Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation (JDMS)

Special Issue: Reusability, Interoperability and Composability in Air Warfare Simulations


Introduction

Air warfare simulations have long been utilized by the defense modeling and simulation community. Efforts which aimed at developing models for the agents of air to air, air to ground and surface to air combat have resulted in extensive literature including electronic warfare, command and control systems, weapons and platform modeling. Meanwhile the advances in distributed and agent-based simulation technologies have enabled a wide range of constructive, virtual and live warfare simulations to be developed. Recently, as a variety of models and simulations are ready and available, the defense community is facing the problems of reusing, interoperating and composing them. This special issue is devoted to publishing the results of recent studies from air warfare simulation domain that have earned avant-garde victories against the tough methodology problems of modeling and simulation Thus, potential contributions to this special issue can include but are not limited to:

  • Tools and methodologies for developing reusable air warfare simulations
  • Knowledge reuse for air warfare simulations
  • Air warfare simulation architectures
  • Simulation infrastructures enabling composability and interoperability of air warfare simulations
  • Service oriented air warfare simulations
  • Agent oriented air warfare simulations
  • C2 - air warfare simulation interoperability
  • Semantic technologies towards composable and interoperable air warfare simulations
  • Air warfare conceptual models towards composability
  • Ontologies for air warfare simulations

Papers submitted should not be concurrently under review at another conference, journal or similar venue.

Instructions for Manuscript Preparation

For manuscript formatting and other guidelines, please visit the Author Guidelines for JDMS.

Note: Manuscripts must not have been previously published or be submitted for publication elsewhere. Each submitted manuscript must include title, names, authors' affiliations, postal and e-mail addresses, and a list of keywords. For multiple author submissions, please identify the corresponding author.

Due Dates

Full Papers Due June 15, 2010
Notification of Acceptance September 15, 2010
Submission of Final (revised) Paper January 15, 2011
Publication Expected Spring/Summer 2011

Submissions for abstract / full paper review

All manuscripts must be submitted electronically through the paper submission system to the JDMS Manuscript Submission System. Manuscripts must be formatted in single-column pdf format, double-spaced, and use 12pt fonts. In the title page, author(s) must specifically mark that the paper is intended for this special issue as follows: "Submission for the Special Issue of JDMS: Reusability, Interoperability and Composability in Air Warfare Simulations."

Final paper submissions

Each final submission must be prepared based on the Simulation journal requirements (see Author Guidelines for JDMS page).

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