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IEEE 1730-2022 - IEEE Recommended Practice for Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP)

IEEE Recommended Practice for Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP)

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Standard number:IEEE 1730-2022
Released:14.10.2022
ISBN:978-1-5044-8823-5
Pages:74
Status:Active
Language:English
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IEEE 1730-2022

This recommended practice defines the processes and procedures that should be followed by users of distributed simulations to develop and execute their simulations. It is intended as a higher-level framework into which low-level management and systems engineering practices native to user organizations can be integrated and tailored for specific uses.

The purpose of this standard is to reconcile the process descriptions of multiple simulation communities developed in support of specific projects (e.g., Distributed Interactive Simulation [DIS], Hig Level Architecture [HLA], Test and Training Enabling Architecture [TENA]) to help ensure that the Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP) continues to provide the high-level framework from which all other domain-specific simulation development processes can be derived.

Revision Standard - Active. The recommended practice for Distributed Simulation Engineering and Execution Process (DSEEP) is described in this document. The DSEEP is intended as a high-level process framework into which the lower-level systems engineering practices native to any distributed simulation user can be easily integrated. Simulation architectures include Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS), High Level Architecture (HLA), and Test and Training Enabling Architecture (TENA).