DA Pam 5-11 Verification: the process of determining that an M&S accurately represents the developer's conceptual description and specifications. Validation: the process of determining the extent to which an M&S is an accurate representation of the real world from the perspective of the intended use of the M&S. Accreditation: the official determination that a model, simulation, or federation of M&S is acceptable for use for a specific purpose.
Behavior Validation is the process of ensuring that the correct things are modeled. Behavior Verification determines if a behavior’s implementation performs as intended. For OneSAF, “performs as intended” means runtime performance matches the KAKE artifacts. OneSAF V&V
OneSAF in BCLSE Conducted major, large scale, distributed event using OneSAF as primary simulation. Demonstrated reliability of OneSAF in HLA distributed environment. Demonstrated viability of OneSAF Brigade level clusters for experimentation. Demonstrated ability to net-time, checkpoint and resume major distributed event with OneSAF. Provided PM with lessons learned and PTRs for V3.0 release.
OneSAF in Strategic Choice Study TRAC, with the assistance of PM OneSAF, met the required timelines for the study. 2 months of significant model changes plus data and scenario revisions. TRAC successfully converted four scenarios (2 base case and 2 alternatives) to include new data. Processed over 1600 data files including over 200 entity compositions and over 400 unit compositions. TRAC was able to collect meaningful output data.
OneSAF in: Stryker Modernization study Purpose: Inform MBL visitors on Planning, Preparations and Execution efforts to conduct the Stryker Modernization Experiment using OneSAF as the main simulation driver The desired outcome: Results that can be included in Stryker CDD documentation that support specific requirements and are able to withstand AROC and JROC scrutiny. Weapon System Validation Sensor Validation Behavior Validation Terrain Validation