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HLA/RTI framework and how it relates to the development arena

HLA/RTI (High Level Architecture/Run-Time Interface) is a technology that has gained
popularity in the engineering community. It is part of a layered architecture, and is used
for interactions between processes in a distributed environment. Originally developed under
the aegis of DMSO, it has been converted into an IEEE standard 1516.
About the Speaker:
Ed Gordon is a software engineer and senior member of the IEEE. He has been in
the sofware industry for 35 years, and has worked with companies such as ATT Bell Labs,
SAIC, General Dynamics, Wang Laboratories, Burroughs Corporation, He worked
with battlefield simulation for a joint task force with the Defense Department, He has
been active in the SISO community.

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