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NATO - AMSP-01(A)

Nato Modelling and Simulation Standards Profile

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 3 December 2009
Status: inactive
Page Count: 103
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Purpose The NATO Modelling and Simulation Standards Profile (NMSSP) aims to provide guidance to NATO and partner nations, as well as national and NATO organisations who have requirements to effectively use modelling and simulation (M&S) in support of NATO coalition and national requirements. No standard is mandated or endorsed by NATO unless there is a related STANAG.

Scope of Standards Profile

The NMSSP maintains information on M&S standards and recommended practices relevant to achieving M&S interoperability and re-use of M&S components, e.g. data, models. The NMSSP provides a set of standards descriptions for decision making on options for the use of M&S standards for NATO activities, e.g. coalition training and experimentation.

Functional areas are classified as:

a. M&S process standards, e.g. simulation validation and verification, systems engineering.

b. M&S scenarios.

c. M&S modelling.

d. M&S interoperability standards, e.g. technical interoperability, portability standards.

e. M&S data representation and interchange.

f. M&S miscellaneous standards, e.g. visualisation, learning management systems.

As part of the profile standards and guidance documents are classified as either 'obsolete', 'old', 'current', or 'emerging':

a. 'Obsolete' standards are identified as those which are not being maintained and have been superseded. Users should plan replacement activities. For new projects these standards should not be applied.

b. 'Old' standards are identified as those which are mature and in wide use, but may have limited capability. In these cases the use of 'current' or 'emerging' standards may need to be considered in the context of future developments.

c. 'Current' standards are identified as those which are in use and are currently being maintained and developed.

d. 'Emerging' standards are identified as those which are being developed (e.g. to meet gaps in capability), but are not yet widely accepted.

Document History

September 6, 2021
NATO MODELLING AND SIMULATION STANDARDS PROFILE
The NMSSP maintains information on M&S standards and recommended practices relevant to achieving interoperability and re-use of components, data, models or best practices. The NMSSP provides...
February 23, 2018
NATO MODELLING AND SIMULATION STANDARDS PROFILE
The NMSSP maintains information on M&S standards and recommended practices relevant to achieving interoperability and re-use of components, data, models or best practices. The NMSSP provides...
March 6, 2015
NATO MODELLING AND SIMULATION STANDARDS PROFILE
A description is not available for this item.
January 26, 2012
Nato Modelling and Simulation Standards Profile
AMSP-01 maintains information on M&S standards and recommended practices relevant to achieving interoperability and re-use of components, data, models or best practices. The AMSP-01 provides...
AMSP-01(A)
December 3, 2009
Nato Modelling and Simulation Standards Profile
Purpose The NATO Modelling and Simulation Standards Profile (NMSSP) aims to provide guidance to NATO and partner nations, as well as national and NATO organisations who have requirements to...
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