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SAC-PSG-DSEEP  March 2019

SAC-PSG-DSEEP March 2019

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Re: DSEEP inputs to SISO Standards Roadmap

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Brad Dillman <[log in to unmask]>

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SAC-PSG-DSEEP <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 12 Mar 2019 12:36:57 -0400

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Let me throw something else out there, just for thought and discussion.

Maybe what fits best here, isn't a rigorous categorization (or
taxonomy), but a 'folksonomy'.

see reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folksonomy

I don't have the technology or means to let individual users apply
their own tags, and that can get messy of course. (LOL, if folksonomy
were only more standardized! Of course!)

But so far, our attempts at categorization of SISO standards (by DSEEP
step) are underwhelming, at least to me:
- it isn't oriented to the newcomer audience, you must understand the
DSEEP steps
-it doesn't organize or refine the differences between the standards,
e.g. DIS, HLA and WebLVC map to the same steps (if not, why not?);
FEAT and DSEEP apply to all steps, so no refinement at all (in this
view)
-I think the DSEEP view organizes standards by WHEN they're USED
throughout development, but often standards will be CHOSEN early (say
step 1-3, especially when legacy dictates standards by necessity).

So far, I've found people want to search by:
-WHO might be interested (WHO might use each standard)
-WHAT is the subject of the standard (I think the PROCESS column
suggested by Tom vdB does this well)
-ALTERNATIVES, say choosing between WebLVC and competitors like HLA or DIS

In the short term, I plan to just add more content and make minor
changes. But I'll keep thinking about this while I'm working.

But I must repeat, the 'missing' blocks on Tom's slide is the 1st
thing I see that actually aids gap analysis (what's missing).




On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 10:07 AM Brad Dillman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> I like this a lot. I like the rows, and I like the columns (though I
> think the columns could be improved, but I have no specific ideas
> yet).
>
> But the result is just 9 categories so far, and only 5 of those are used so far.
>
> Are the 'missing 4' categories then 'gaps' in SISO offerings?
>
> On Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 7:55 PM Tom van den Berg
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >
> > Perhaps another way to structure the SISO standards?
> >
> > There is probably a more up to date IEEE reference for their organization of standards.
> >
> > See ppt.
> >
> > -- Tom
> >
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>
>
> --
> Bradford M. Dillman
> Principal Systems Engineer, VT MÄK
> 1012 Northgraves Crescent
> Kanata, Ontario, Canada K2M 0C9
> Cell: +1-613-883-5156
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Principal Systems Engineer, VT MÄK
1012 Northgraves Crescent
Kanata, Ontario, Canada K2M 0C9
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