Planning the Standards Landscape: a framework for deliberate interoperability
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This paper presents the plan for establishing the SISO Standards Landscape. The Standards Landscape is to establish a framework that articulates the M&S standrds that currently exist, relationships among the standards, user guidance on which standards best apply to different situations, where users can obtain the standards and identifies areas where standards are needed but do not exist. The challenge is to develop an inter-view of standards that illustrates integrated standards within a meaningful framework of the Standards Landscape. The Standards Landscape portrays how standards work together to contribute to the interoperability and reuse to that enables organizations to achieve their return on investment (ROI) by increasing quality and productivity while reducing schedule and cost. This paper presents the plan to do just that. Further, this paper describes how to apply quality attributes of the Standards Landscape to help communicate, through example, the need for a compelling and integrated view of standards.
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