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 ===== Explanation ===== ===== Explanation =====
  
-The **[[mbse:​digital_engineering|digital engineering]]** community formed the concept of a digital viewpoint out of a need to describe how engineering practitioners use sources and types of digital artifacts, like models, and assemble and present them in forms that diverse stakeholders need and understand. The DE community borrowed the original concept from the system architecture community and re-conceptualized it to fit the digital engineering community’s need to leverage digital technologies to create, exchange, and present their digital work products. However, it is more than a static document that specifies the digital view. It may be a digital model of the digital view using standards such as [[https://​www.ifml.org/​ | Information Flow Modeling Language (IFML).]] Alternatively,​ it may be an application-programming interface (API) or other executable software code that assembles digital artifacts and renders the digital view according to the design.  ​+The **[[mbse:​digital_engineering|digital engineering]]** community formed the concept of a digital viewpoint out of a need to describe how engineering practitioners use sources and types of digital artifacts, like models, and assemble and present them in forms that diverse stakeholders need and understand. The DE community borrowed the original concept from the system architecture community and re-conceptualized it to fit the digital engineering community’s need to leverage digital technologies to create, exchange, and present their digital work products. However, it is more than a static document that specifies the digital view. It may be a digital model of the digital view using standards such as [[https://​www.ifml.org/​ | Information Flow Modeling Language (IFML).]] Alternatively,​ it may be an application-programming interface (API) or other executable software code that assembles digital artifacts and renders the digital view according to the digital viewpoint.  ​
 ===== Characteristics ===== ===== Characteristics =====
  
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 Designs of presentation layers or digital multimedia using methods, formalisms, and standards such as... Designs of presentation layers or digital multimedia using methods, formalisms, and standards such as...
 +  * NASA Jet Propulsion Lab's [[https://​trs.jpl.nasa.gov/​bitstream/​handle/​2014/​42466/​12-2704.pdf?​sequence=1&​isAllowed=y | DocGen]]
   * Information Flow Modeling Language (IFML), ​   * Information Flow Modeling Language (IFML), ​
   * Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), ​   * Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), ​
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-**Model View Definition** is a similar concept described by National Building Information Modeling (BIM) Standard-United States (NBIMS-US™) as follows:  +**__[[http://​www.buildingsmart-tech.org/​specifications/​ifc-view-definition | Model View Definition]]__** is a similar concept described by National Building Information Modeling (BIM) Standard-United States (NBIMS-US™) as follows:  
-  * //"A specification for data exchange. All the myriad data included in a Building information model (BIM), must be broken down into discrete packages to facilitate information exchange between the different parties involved in design, construction,​ and operation of a facility. These packages are specified by Model View Definitions (MVD’s). The optimal specification ties the data terms back to the overarching IFC model"//​ [4].+  * //"A specification for data exchange. All the myriad data included in a Building information model (BIM), must be broken down into discrete packages to facilitate information exchange between the different parties involved in design, construction,​ and operation of a facility. These packages are specified by Model View Definitions (MVD’s). The optimal specification ties the data terms back to the overarching IFC model"//​ [2].
  
-**Architecture Viewpoint** is a similar concept described by International Standard (ISO) 42010:2011 as follows +**__[[https://​www.iso.org/​standard/​50508.html | Architecture Viewpoint]]__** is a similar concept described by International Standard (ISO) 42010:2011 as follows 
-  * //[A] "work product establishing the conventions for the construction,​ interpretation and use of architecture views to frame specific system concerns. The viewpoint establishes the conventions for constructing,​ interpreting and analyzing the view to address concerns framed by that viewpoint. Viewpoint conventions can include languages, notations, model kinds, design rules, and/or modelling methods, analysis techniques and other operations on views"// ​  [5].+  * //[A] "work product establishing the conventions for the construction,​ interpretation and use of architecture views to frame specific system concerns. The viewpoint establishes the conventions for constructing,​ interpreting and analyzing the view to address concerns framed by that viewpoint. Viewpoint conventions can include languages, notations, model kinds, design rules, and/or modelling methods, analysis techniques and other operations on views"// ​  [3].
  
  
 ===== Bibliography ===== ===== Bibliography =====
   
-[4] National Institute of Building Sciences, "​Chapter 3: Terms and Definitions,"​ in National BIM Standard – United States® Version 3, Washington, DC, National Institute of Building Sciences buildingSMART alliance®, 2015, p. 16.+[1 C. Delp, D. Lam, E. Fosse and C.-Y. Lee, "Model Based Document and Report Generation for Systems Engineering,"​ in IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceeddings,​ Big Sky, Montana, 2012.  
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 +[2] National Institute of Building Sciences, "​Chapter 3: Terms and Definitions,"​ in National BIM Standard – United States® Version 3, Washington, DC, National Institute of Building Sciences buildingSMART alliance®, 2015, p. 16
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 +[3] ISO/​IEC/​IEEE,​ "42010 - 2011: Systems and software engineering -- Architecture description,"​ International Organization for Standardization,​ Geneva, Switzerland,​ 2011.
  
-[5] ISO/​IEC/​IEEE,​ "42010 - 2011: Systems and software engineering -- Architecture description,"​ International Organization for Standardization,​ Geneva, Switzerland,​ 2011. 
  
  
  
  
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