SISO-ADM-001-2014: Policy for Numbering of SISO Products (update approved 30 June 2014)
This document provides the process, scheme, and controls for the unique identification of SISO Products. SISO Products requiring unique product identifiers include: SISO-ADM, SISO-GUIDE, SISO-PN, SISO-REF, SISO-STD and SISO-TOR. The document should be read in its entirety as substantial changes were made to clarify and simplify for application and readability. If you have questions about product identifiers, feel free to contact the Standards Activity Committee.
SISO-ADM-002-2011: SISO Policies & Procedures (update approved Apr 11)
This Policies and Procedures (P&P) document provides the definition of SISO and its procedures for operation. Key SISO concepts are summarized here with further details provided within the main body of the document.
SISO-ADM-003-2011: SISO Balloted Products Development and Support Process (BPDSP) (update approved 14 Nov 11)
The SISO Standards Activity Committee (SAC) manages the development of SISO Products according to the SISO General Operating Principles, Technical Acceptance Principles and Standards Principles as stated in the SISO Policies & Procedures (P&P) and mentioned throughout this document.
SISO-ADM-004-2009: SISO Vision Document
SISO will serve the global community of modeling and simulation professionals, providing an open forum for the collegial exchange of ideas, the examination and advancement of M&S-related technologies and practices, and the development of standards and other products that enable greater M&S capability, interoperability, credibility, reuse, and cost-effectiveness.
: The Style and Format of SISO Documents (update approved 13 Jun 11)
It is important that all SISO products reflect a consistent level of content and format. This SISO Administrative Document establishes guidelines for the overall outline and format required for the creation of SISO products.
SISO-ADM-006-2005: CC Speaker Subcommittee Guidelines
The purpose of this document is to provide the CC Speaker Subcommittee guidelines concerning SISO
plenary Speaker operations such as recommendations, invitations, coordination, welcome and luncheon for the workshops/conferences.
SISO-ADM-007-2005: Guide for Paper Evaluation and Review and SIWzie Award
The purpose of this Guide for Simulation Interoperability Workshop Paper Evaluation and Review and
SIWzie Award is to provide a consistent process for the evaluation and selection of abstracts, papers, and SIWzies.
SISO-ADM-008-2007: Inquiry into Undue Influence/Dominance of the DIS PDG
On 4 May 2007, Mr Frank Hill posted a Request for Inquiry Into Undue Influence/Dominance in the Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) Product Development Group (PDG) (Attachment 1). The Chair of the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) Standards Activity Committee (SAC), Mr Mark McCall, formed a subcommittee to conduct the requested inquiry and report back to the SAC.
SISO-ADM-009-2008: A Timeline for Communities Hosting a Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW)
(approved 15 Feb 08)
(Please note that this is, necessarily, a generic schedule derived from requirements for past SIWs hosted in several cities nationwide. Early and constant coordination with the Conference Committee is essential to smooth planning and preparation for an SIW.)
SISO-ADM-012-2008: Start-Up Guide for New Ideas (approved 16 Apr 08)
From the SISO Policy and Procedures (P&P), SISO-ADM-002-2008, we have extracted the following guidance. Please note that this is a short, bulleted list, refer to the P&P for full information on how to start a SISO Study Group (SG).
SISO-ADM-013-2008: Product Development Group (PDG) Kickoff Meeting Template (Doc number to be reassigned)
SISO-ADM-014-2008: Product Support Group (PSG) Kickoff Meeting Template (Doc number to be reassigned)
SISO-ADM-015-2008: SAC PDG-PSG Survey Results and Recommendations Final Report (approved 8 December 2008)
This document identified as the “SAC PDG-PSG Survey Results and Recommendations” provides a summary of the PDG and PSG surveys as well as enumerating a number of recommendations to SISO management.
SISO-ADM-016-2013: SISO Awards and Recognitions Program
The “SISO Awards and Recognition Program” provides award nominators and reviewers guidance for the nomination and selection of SISO awards or and recognition. This update revises the Letter of Appreciation Process, provides for standards development recognition and replaces "Awards Committee" with "Awards Board".(Update approved by the EXCOM 6 Mar 13).
SISO-ADM-017: IEEE-SA Sponsor Policies and Procedures for Standards Development
In 2009, the IEEE Standards Association, Standards Board (SASB) Audit Committee (AudCom) directed all sponsors develop sponsor policies and procedures based on baseline policies and procedures provided by the Audit Committee. In 2010 the Audit Committee directed that such policies and procedures be separate from any policies and procedures of SISO. This document serves to meet the requirements of the IEEE SASB AudCom with respect to sponsor policies and procedures.
SISO-ADM-018: Policies and Procedures for Working Groups Formed Under the Standards Activity Committee
In 2009, the IEEE Standards Association, Standards Board (SASB) Audit Committee (AudCom) directed all working groups develop sponsor policies and procedures based on baseline policies and procedures provided by the Audit Committee. In 2010 the Audit Committee directed that such policies and procedures be separate from any policies and procedures of SISO. This document serves to meet the requirements of the IEEE SASB AudCom with respect to working group policies and procedures.
: SISO Strategic Plan; 2011-2015
This document communicates to the SISO membership the strategic plans to meet the objective of the organizatiuon as defined in the SISO Vision document, SISO-ADM-004-2010. As a result of events during 2008 and 2009, the EXCOM undertook to revise SISO's direction to increase the organization's viability for the future. This document is the result of a strategic planning process that began at the Fall 2008 Simulation Interoperability Workshop (SIW) in September 2008, and continued to the publication of this document.