At 2:59 PM +0200 6/15/06, Giovanni A. Cignoni wrote: >Hi, > >I'm working on a open source project about code generation for >simulators of dynamic systems. The project is still very experimental >but few results are achieved and we are now looking for case studies to >challenge our tool. More info are at: http://genesim.sourceforge.net/ > >We will like to try to translate DAVE-ML in the XML which our code generator >is able to process and to verify if translation can >be automated. Is it possible to have some more examples of DAVE-ML >specifications? Maybe something in the middle between the first two very >simple examples and the huge F-16 and HL-20 ones. > >Thanks in advance and best regards, >Giovanni A. Cignoni.
Professor Cignoni, I'm sorry that I don't have many simpler examples - the F-16 is actually a very simple model, for a full six-degree-of-freedom aero model. Most of the models I deal with, and which DAVE-ML is aimed at, are much more complex than even the HL-20 (which is more representative of what we use in our piloted simulations). The only thing that might be simpler are launch vehicle models; these are usually axi-symmetric and thus have lower degrees of freedom. Unfortunately, they're regarded as 'munitions' and I can't share them. Sorry to not be of much help, but I'm delighted to hear of your efforts. I'll visit the genesim website for more information about your project. -- Bruce Jackson -- Bruce Jackson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Dynamic Systems & Control Branch 8 Langley Boulevard, MS 308 Research & Technology Directorate NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia 23681 More info about DAVE-ML: <http://daveml.nasa.gov> Simulation standards discussion listserv mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org