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 **[[https://​www.cio.com/​article/​3199030/​analytics/​what-is-digital-transformation.html |Digital Transformation]]** [8] on the CIO website describes the topic as follows:\\ **[[https://​www.cio.com/​article/​3199030/​analytics/​what-is-digital-transformation.html |Digital Transformation]]** [8] on the CIO website describes the topic as follows:\\
-“//​Digital Transformation is application of digital capabilities to processes, products, and assets to improve efficiency, enhance customer value, manage risk, and uncover new monetization opportunities//​ [9].”+  * “//​Digital Transformation is application of digital capabilities to processes, products, and assets to improve efficiency, enhance customer value, manage risk, and uncover new monetization opportunities//​ [9].”
    
 **[[https://​nvlpubs.nist.gov/​nistpubs/​TechnicalNotes/​NIST.TN.1753.pdf | Model-based Engineering]]** in a report by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) describes the topic as follows:\\ **[[https://​nvlpubs.nist.gov/​nistpubs/​TechnicalNotes/​NIST.TN.1753.pdf | Model-based Engineering]]** in a report by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) describes the topic as follows:\\
-“//The model-based engineering (MBE) approach uses these models rather than documents as the data source for all engineering activities throughout the product life cycle. The core MBE tenet is that models are used to drive all aspects of the product lifecycle and that data is created once and reused by all downstream data consumers// [10].”+  * “//The model-based engineering (MBE) approach uses these models rather than documents as the data source for all engineering activities throughout the product life cycle. The core MBE tenet is that models are used to drive all aspects of the product lifecycle and that data is created once and reused by all downstream data consumers// [10].”
  
 **[[https://​www.gartner.com/​smarterwithgartner/​prepare-for-the-impact-of-digital-twins/​ | Digital Twin]]** on the Smarter with Gartner website describes the topic as follows:\\ **[[https://​www.gartner.com/​smarterwithgartner/​prepare-for-the-impact-of-digital-twins/​ | Digital Twin]]** on the Smarter with Gartner website describes the topic as follows:\\
-“//​Digital twins refer to the digital representation of physical objects, and for more than 30 years, product and process engineering teams have used 3D renderings of computer-aided design (CAD) models, asset models and process simulations to ensure and validate manufacturability. NASA, for example, has run complex simulations of spacecraft for decades// [11].” +  * “//​Digital twins refer to the digital representation of physical objects, and for more than 30 years, product and process engineering teams have used 3D renderings of computer-aided design (CAD) models, asset models and process simulations to ensure and validate manufacturability. NASA, for example, has run complex simulations of spacecraft for decades// [11].”
  
 **[[https://​www.nist.gov/​sites/​default/​files/​documents/​el/​msid/​1Kraft_DigitalThread.pdf | Digital Thread]]** presented by Dr. Ed Kraft to the NIST MBE Summit in 2013 describes the topic as follows: \\ **[[https://​www.nist.gov/​sites/​default/​files/​documents/​el/​msid/​1Kraft_DigitalThread.pdf | Digital Thread]]** presented by Dr. Ed Kraft to the NIST MBE Summit in 2013 describes the topic as follows: \\
-“//​Digital Thread is the creation and use of cross-domain,​ common digital surrogates of a materiel system to allow dynamic, contemporaneous assessment of the system'​s current and future capabilities to inform decisions in the Capability Planning and Analysis, Preliminary Design, Detailed Design, Manufacturing,​ Testing, and Sustainment acquisition phases. The digital surrogate is a physics-based technical description of the weapon system resulting from the generation, management, and application of data, models, and information from authoritative sources across the system'​s life cycle// [12].”+  * “//​Digital Thread is the creation and use of cross-domain,​ common digital surrogates of a materiel system to allow dynamic, contemporaneous assessment of the system'​s current and future capabilities to inform decisions in the Capability Planning and Analysis, Preliminary Design, Detailed Design, Manufacturing,​ Testing, and Sustainment acquisition phases. The digital surrogate is a physics-based technical description of the weapon system resulting from the generation, management, and application of data, models, and information from authoritative sources across the system'​s life cycle// [12].”
  
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