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Ontology-Based Trajectory Simulation Framework

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Umut Durak

 TUBITAK-SAGE, PK.16, Ankara 06261, Turkeyudurak@sage.tubitak.gov.tr

Halit Oğuztüzün

 METU Computer Engineering, Ankara 06531, Turkeyoguztuzn@metu.edu.tr

S. Kemal İder

 METU Mechanical Engineering, Ankara 06531, Turkeykider@metu.edu.tr

J. Comput. Inf. Sci. Eng 8(1), 014503 (Feb 28, 2008) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2830845 History: Received November 06, 2006; Revised April 16, 2007; Published February 28, 2008

Trajectory simulations are tools to compute the flight path and flight parameters of munitions. We present an ontology-based object-oriented reuse infrastructure and discuss the underlying model driven development methodology. The strategic objective is to make domain knowledge and software reusable across a wide variety of trajectory simulation projects.

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Top level classes of TSONT

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A portion of trajectory simulation framework sequence diagram

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A class diagram from MATLAB trajectory simulation framework architecture

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Trajectory plot from a sample Lynx run conclusion

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Reuse scenario in case of Lynx development

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Portion of top level platform independent framework architecture

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