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Empirical Study of Large-Scale HLA Simulation of Parallel Region-Matching Knowledge Recognition Algorithm Based on Region Matching



. 2022 Apr 11;2022:1514396.


doi: 10.1155/2022/1514396.


eCollection 2022.

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Guohua Zhu et al.


Comput Intell Neurosci.


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Abstract

Most of the existing region-matching algorithms need to match all regions, resulting in a waste of computing resources, increasing the cost of simulation technology and data redundancy, and resulting in the reduction of network data stream transmission efficiency. This paper presents a parallel region-matching knowledge recognition algorithm. Combined with the shortcomings of existing matching algorithms, a simulation technology is constructed to realize the parallel matching of multiple regions in HLA distributed simulation. The algorithm can realize the parallel matching calculation of multiple changed regions in one simulation. At the same time, the basic idea based on mobile intersection is adopted in the matching calculation, and the historical information before and after the region range is moved is used. The matching is limited to the moving interval, and the moving crossover theory is applied to the matching calculation to realize the relevant historical information before and after the region. Simulation results show that the parallel region-matching knowledge recognition algorithm can support HLA distributed simulation evaluation. In the matching calculation, the basic idea based on moving intersection is adopted, and the matching is limited to the moving interval by using the historical information before and after the region is moved, which reduces a large number of irrelevant calculations. Theoretical analysis and experimental results show that the algorithm is particularly suitable for the application needs of building large-scale distributed simulation based on multi-core computing platform.

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The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.



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