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Re: VV&A coordination Jean-Louis Igarza <a href="/index.htm?LOGON=A3%3Dind0604%26L%3DSISO-SAC%26E%3Dquoted-printable%26P%3D6896873%26B%3D--%26T%3Dtext%252Fhtml%3B%2520charset%3DUTF-8%26XSS%3D3%26header%3D1" target="_parent" >[log in to unmask]</a> <a href="/index.htm?LOGON=A3%3Dind0604%26L%3DSISO-SAC%26E%3Dquoted-printable%26P%3D6896873%26B%3D--%26T%3Dtext%252Fhtml%3B%2520charset%3DUTF-8%26XSS%3D3%26header%3D1" target="_parent" >[log in to unmask]</a> ITOP = ? (I never remind !)
but it is an international organization which coordinates exchanges betwe=en
nations on testing ranges. Main nations participating are US, Germany, UK=, FR,
SWE, etc.
They have multiple WGs and one dealing with VV&A issues mainly centered o=n
document standardization. This group met last week in Huntsville just aft=er the
SIW. There was an invited presentation in Toulouse last year showing an
application of what they propose. The roadmap introduced in Huntsville du=ring
the SIW was elaborated with their cooperation. Some of them are SISO memb=ers
and Simone knows very well about their work
Best regards,
Jean-Louis

Selon "SISO-SAC: Katherine Morse"
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> From: "Katherine Morse"
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> I'm in agreement with this approach because it addresses a concern we'v=e all
> had about disconnected efforts on the same general topic.
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> On the last slide, what is ITOP and what is its relationship to the oth=er
> VV&A activities?
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> KLM
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> Katherine L. Morse, Ph.D.
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> From: "Jean-Louis Igarza" ([log in to unmask])
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> Please find attached the slides I prepared and introduced during the VV= PDG
> F2F meeting in Huntsville.
> My proposal is to have a unique PDG in the future under a title such as
> "Guidances on M VV activities". This PDG would continue the current "VV
> overlay to the FEDEP" which is in good shape. It would be in charge of
> establishing new drafting groups as required to deal with complementary
> proposals like GM V and VMMP.
> I don't think that the fact of different sponsoring organizations being
> involved
> in future activities could be a real issue: by the way the current PDG
> should
> draft a PAR for IEEE and that does not imply that other activities shou=ld go
> to
> IEEE also: they can develop SISO guidances or even ISO if they like!
> From the practical point of view if this proposal is accepted by the VV= PDG,
> the SAC and the EXCOM I would like to propose that the GM V who has alrdy
> the objective to draft a PN take the task to modify the current VV PDG =PN
> and
> update it to propose it to the approval of both SAC and EXCOM. This sho=uld
> be
> done in close cooperation with the VV PDG obviously.
> I would like we (SAC) take a decison ASAP (02 May) if we don't have any
> objection from the VV PDG!
> Best regards
> Jean-Louis
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