Coalition Battle Management Language (C-BML) Phase I Standard: Trial Use Findings and Next Steps
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The Coalition Battle Management Language (C-BML) is a common language for expressing and exchanging plans, orders, requests, and reports across command and control systems, modeling and simulation systems, and robotic systems. The Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) has approved a Product Development Group (PDG) to generate a specification and guidelines document for the C-BML standard through a three-phase effort. Phase 1 specifies the underlying data model for the standard and provides preliminary building blocks for generation of C-BML expressions together with numerous examples of application of the standard. Phase 2 will specify a formal grammar governing generation of valid C-BML expressions. Phase 3 will specify a formal semantic model for C-BML. This paper identifies several of the organizations participating in a trial use of draft Phase 1 products, describes their intentions for trial use of the draft products, and provides some initial findings from trial use of the products. Findings from the trial use will inform finalization of the draft Phase 1 specifications in preparation for the start of a comment round on the product.
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