A requirements specification of modifications to the Functional Description of the Mission Space Resource Center
Nelson, Paul M.
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The Defense Modeling and Simulation Office developed the Functional Description of the Mission Space (FDMS) Resource Center under the guidance of DoD 5000.59-P, DoD Modeling and Simulation Master Plan. The FDMS Resource Center provides a controlled repository for modeling and simulation (MandS) data and promotes data standardization and reuse. The Resource Center is currently operational at http:1138.24l .48.9. Use of the FDMS Resource Center is voluntary on the part of DoD MandS organizations, although maximum use of the Center is paramount if standardization and reuse synergies are to be realized. In an effort to encourage more use of the Resource Center's capabilities, the author analyzed the Resource Center, interviewed the Center's principals, and developed a set of requirements governing screenshot appearance, data workflow control, and privilege permission selections which should simplify and clarify the Center's user processes.
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