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NPSNET-V. A new beginning for dynamically extensible virtual environments

By Michael Capps, Don McGregor, Don Brutzman, Michael Zyda and Michael

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esPz the infrasT ucture requirements of a large-sTPU2 per srT ent online virtual world: # runtime extensC0JCT: of both content and applications #sP0SLT:UCU in world complexity and number of participants and # composJ0ULT: of heterogeneous content and applications Today, we follow thos arguments with the fir s publicationdest ibing NPSNET-V. NPSNET historical perspective We desC00T: the latesT incarnation of the NPSNE s s em to meet thosGUJLT:JCUU0T hereby encourage the development of the next-generation of cyber sberT applications2 o appreciate the rationale behind thosU desUG decisT:JU requires unders anding the previous s eps in the NPSNE s2 iesJ Space limitations in this column don't allow for a disJzUT:JP of related work over the general field of networked VEsJ for a complete literature review, s2z the Singhal and Zyda textbook. 1 The NPSNET Res0SC h Group (NRG)conducts the longes continuing a

Year: 2000
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