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Running in Simulation Time

I would like to run my system in simulation time, rather than real time. Ideally, all components would be running in the simulated time domain. Is there any prior art for this mode?

Maybe one way would be to distort the QoS times according to a fixed time scale. Even better though, would be to have some way to use a simulated clock for all components.

The system can be limited to a single computer. The environment is pure SITL, not HITL, ofc.

Any suggestions?


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