Gerardo Pardo

This whitepaper discusses why integrating modern systems requires a new modular, network-centric approach that relies only on standard APIs and protocols, provides stronger information-management services, and avoids historical problems of integrating complex, heterogeneous systems. The paper focuses on "real-world" systems, that is, systems that interact with the external physical world and must live within the constraints imposed by real-world physics.

Publication Year: 
2010

In this paper we provide a comparative overview of the data distribution service with respect to high-level architecture. We describe the equivalent terminology and concepts, and highlight the key similarities and differences in the areas of declaration management, object management, data distribution management, ownership management, federation management, and time management.

Publication Year: 
2006
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OMG DDS Interoperability Demo 2011

Interoperability demonstration between 5 different products that implement the OMG DDS Interoperability Wire Protocol (DDS-RTPS). The demonstration took place at the March 2011 OMG technical meeting in Washington DC. The following companies demonstrated interoperability between their products: RTI (Connext DDS). TwinOaks Computing (CoreDX), PrismTech (OpenSpliceDDS), Gallium Visual Systems/Kongsberg (Compass DDS), and IBM.

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OMG DDS Interoperability Demo 2010

Interoperability demonstration between 6 different products that implement the OMG DDS Interoperability Wire Protocol (DDS-RTPS). The demonstration took place at the December 2010 OMG technical meeting in Santa Clara, California. The following companies demonstrated interoperability between their products: RTI (Connext DDS). TwinOaks Computing (CoreDX), PrismTech (OpenSpliceDDS), Gallium Visual Systems/Kongsberg (Compass DDS).

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OMG DDS Interoperability Demo 2009

Interoperability demonstration between 3 different products that implement the OMG DDS Interoperability Wire Protocol (DDS-RTPS). The demonstration took place at the March 2009 OMG technical meeting in Washington DC. The following companies demonstrated interoperability between their products: RTI (Connext DDS). TwinOaks Computing (CoreDX), PrismTech (OpenSpliceDDS).

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