Based on the response, I proposed the following module and GRIM section assignment.

FOM Module

GRIM Section

Reviewer

Foundation

8.2

René Verhage

SISO-REF-010 Enumerations

8.3

René Verhage

Base

8.4

René Verhage

Physical

8.5

René Verhage

Aggregate

8.6

René Verhage

Synthetic Environment

8.7

Patrice Le Leydour

Minefield

8.8

Patrice Le Leydour

Communication

8.9

Aaron Dubois

Distributed Emission Regeneration

8.10

Roger Jansen

Underwater Acoustics

8.11

Andy Ceranowicz

Warfare

8.12

Roger Jansen

Logistics

8.13

Aaron Dubois

Simulation Management

8.14

Åsa Falkenjack

Switches

(not yet existing)

Åsa Falkenjack

Please let me know if you do not agree to this assignment, or are not able to review. (And if anyone would like to, feel free to indicate you want to take over any of the first five modules :)

The latest versions that can be used for review are RPR FOM v2 draft19.9 (http://discussions.sisostds.org/threadview.aspx?fid%9&threadidS313) and GRIM 2 draft19v10 (http://discussions.sisostds.org/threadview.aspx?fid%9&threadidS298).

I propose that every reviewer modifies the FOM module(s) and GRIM section(s) directly, and sends the modifications to the FOM and GRIM editors or posts them within this thread. The editors will then process the proposed changes, creating FOM/GRIM comments only of those that are considered worth discussion within the drafting group. To prevent the group from having to discuss every single textual change, all other modifications are merged into the next version of the FOM and GRIM. Anyone who wants to review the changes in detail can then use file comparison tools for the FOM or follow the Word change tracking in the GRIM.

The two most important issues for review are

·         Checking whether the class attributes/parameters match.

·         Resolve all TBD (and other meaningless) semantics in the FOM modules.

Furthermore it would be good to

·         Check the explanatory text with each of the classes in the GRIM.

In addition, if time permits, it would be great to get into more detail with the GRIM and the FOM

·         Comparing the classes and attributes/parameters with IEEE 1278.1a-1998 (which in turn may refer to IEEE 1278.1-1995) (semantics, DIS PDU and field, reference, default value, etc.).

When sending/posting modified FOM module(s) and GRIM section(s), please indicate the level of review that could be achieved.

 

Note: datatypes used by classes and/or datatypes in multiple modules are defined in the Base module. When tracing the correct semantics into this module, and finding something to comment upon, please let me (René) know. I will then either update the datatype as requested, or it may lead to new datatype definitions if it appears to lead to conflicts.

It goes without saying that in case of doubt, questions can be raised. Feel free to directly contact the editors, or post the question on this reflector for discussion within the entire drafting group.

 



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