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-DoD organizations will develop formal plans for model creation, curation, integration,​ and related program and enterprise engineering activities throughout the lifecycle [4]  +  * DoD organizations will develop formal plans for **//model creation//****//curation//**, integration,​ and related program and enterprise engineering activities throughout the lifecycle [4]  
-Model curation involves using formal practices (e.g., model accession) and specialized competencies (e.g., model composition).  +  * **//Model curation//** involves using formal practices (e.g., model accession) and specialized competencies (e.g., model composition).  
-A benefit of model curation is that it increases the potential for effective reuse of a model on a future program, as the model and associated information (metadata, technical data, and pedigree) will be available to assess its fitness for purpose and context. ​+  ​* ​A benefit of **//model curation//** is that it increases the potential for effective reuse of a model on a future program, as the model and associated information (metadata, technical data, and pedigree) will be available to assess its fitness for purpose and context. ​ 
  
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 Model curation may be performed at the program level, as well as the enterprise level. ​ Model accession is a key practice that differentiates model curation from model management, involving a formal process for accepting and recording a model as a collection object in a program or enterprise level model portfolio. ​ Model curation may be performed at the program level, as well as the enterprise level. ​ Model accession is a key practice that differentiates model curation from model management, involving a formal process for accepting and recording a model as a collection object in a program or enterprise level model portfolio. ​
  
-==== Similar concepts and definitions ==== 
  
-__**[[http://​www.dcc.ac.uk/​digital-curation/​what-digital-curation |Digital Curation]]**__ , according to the Digital Curation Centre in the UK, is described as follows: 
-Digital curation involves maintaining,​ preserving and adding value to digital research data throughout its lifecycle. The active management of research data reduces threats to their long-term research value and mitigates the risk of digital obsolescence. 
  
-Data Curation, as stated by the University of Illinois’ Graduate School of Library and Information Science, is: 
-… the active and ongoing management of data through its life cycle of interest and usefulness to scholarship,​ science, and education. Data curation activities enable data discovery and retrieval, maintain its quality, add value, and provide for reuse over time, and this new field includes authentication,​ archiving, management, preservation,​ retrieval, and representation. 
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-==== Common usage ==== 
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-DoD organizations will develop formal plans for model creation, curation, integration,​ and related program and enterprise engineering activities throughout the lifecycle [4]  
-Model curation involves using formal practices (e.g., model accession) and specialized competencies (e.g., model composition). ​ 
-A benefit of model curation is that it increases the potential for effective reuse of a model on a future program, as the model and associated information (metadata, technical data, and pedigree) will be available to assess its fitness for purpose and context. ​ 
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-==== Examples ==== 
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-Model curation may be performed at the program level, as well as the enterprise level. ​ Model accession is a key practice that differentiates model curation from model management, involving a formal process for accepting and recording a model as a collection object in a program or enterprise level model portfolio. ​ 
  
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-  - Model Accession: The formal process of accepting and recording a model as a collection object in the enterprise level model portfolio. Accessioning addresses the legal, IP and ethical issues in model acquisition and development [1].   +  - **Model Accession**: The formal process of accepting and recording a model as a collection object in the enterprise level model portfolio. Accessioning addresses the legal, IP and ethical issues in model acquisition and development [1].   
-  - Model Curator: A designated professional role entrusted with the ownership, tracking and use of model collection objects, and possessing designated authorities for managing and controlling models [1].  +  - **Model Curator**: A designated professional role entrusted with the ownership, tracking and use of model collection objects, and possessing designated authorities for managing and controlling models [1].  
-  - Model Metadata: Descriptive metadata is contextual data about the model object(s). Metadata documents characteristics and used for indexing, discovering,​ identification. It provides user discovery of, access to, and management of an object [1]. +  - **Model Metadata**: Descriptive metadata is contextual data about the model object(s). Metadata documents characteristics and used for indexing, discovering,​ identification. It provides user discovery of, access to, and management of an object [1]. 
-  - Model Pedigree: Model-associated information that describes model origin, development process, originators and developers, assumptions,​ expert knowledge, model enhancements,​ investment costs, versions, change history, etc. [1] +  - **Model Pedigree**: Model-associated information that describes model origin, development process, originators and developers, assumptions,​ expert knowledge, model enhancements,​ investment costs, versions, change history, etc. [1] 
-  - Data Pedigree: ​ A record of traceability from the data's source through all aspects of its transmission,​ storage, and processing to its final form used in the development of an M&S. [5]+  - **Data Pedigree**:  A record of traceability from the data's source through all aspects of its transmission,​ storage, and processing to its final form used in the development of an M&S. [5]
  
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