Defense Modeling and Simulation Office Information/Data Base (I/DB) Task Group Meetings Held February 14-18, 1994, and Notes from the Previous Two I/DB Meetings

by Iris Kameny

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This document contains the proceedings from the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO) Information/Data Base (I/DB) Task Group meetings held at the Institute for Defense Analysis (IDA) during the week of February 14-18, 1994. This includes notes and proceedings from the first Data Verification, Validation and Certification Task Force meeting, the first Data Standards Task Force Meeting and the second Complex Data Task Force meeting. It also contains the notes from two previous DMSO I/DB Task Group meetings held March 4-5, 1993 and July 28-29, 1993. The broad objective of the DMSO I/DB Task Group is to support DMSO in promoting the interoperability, sharing, and reuse of databases and models throughout the Defense M&S community. To accomplish this goal requires data administration policies, procedures, standards and support tools compatible with those of the Center for Information Management (CIM) and the Services. It also requires access to information throughout the M&S community about what is happening as well as information about the existence and availability of models and simulations and the data they need. Of critical concern to the community is the quality of the models and simulations as well as the data they use and generate.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1

    Introduction

  • Chapter 2

    I/DB Task Group Meeting Highlights

  • Chapter 3

    I/DB Task Group Meeting Notes

  • Chapter 4

    Data VV&C Task Force Meeting Notes

  • Chapter 5

    Data Standards Task Force Meeting Notes

  • Chapter 6

    Complex Data Task Force Meeting Notes

  • Appendix A

    Main I/DB meeting Briefing Charts

  • Appendix B

    Data VV&C Task Force Meeting Briefing Charts

  • Appendix C

    Complex Data Task Force Meeting Briefing Charts

  • Appendix D

    Notes from the 5th I/DB Workshop held March 4-5, 1993 at IDA

  • Appendix E

    Notes from the 6th I/DB Workshop held July 28-29, 1993 at IDA

  • Appendix F

    Acronyms

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