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   * **Co-Chair**:​ Frank Salvatore: Contact at <​Frank.J.Salvatore@SAIC.com>​   * **Co-Chair**:​ Frank Salvatore: Contact at <​Frank.J.Salvatore@SAIC.com>​
   * **Co-Chair**:​ Chris Schreiber: Contact at <​Chris.Schreiber@LMCO.com>​   * **Co-Chair**:​ Chris Schreiber: Contact at <​Chris.Schreiber@LMCO.com>​
-  * **Co-Chair**:​ Tamara Hambrick: Contact at <Tamara.Hambrick@ngc.com>+  * **Co-Chair**:​ Tamara Hambrick: Contact at <Tamara.valinoto@gmail.com>
   * **Co-Chair**:​ Celia Tseng: Contact at <​celiastseng@gmail.com>​   * **Co-Chair**:​ Celia Tseng: Contact at <​celiastseng@gmail.com>​
  
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 **[[Topical Encyclopedia for Digital Engineering Information Exchange (DEIXPedia)]]** **[[Topical Encyclopedia for Digital Engineering Information Exchange (DEIXPedia)]]**
  
-The product is a thematic micropedia of digital engineering topics with entries of 250 to 1,000 words. The objective is to explain 25 to 50 relevant topics by April 2019. The plan is to explain the latest DEIX related topics, achieve community acceptance, and evolve the topics. The effort is to create and evolve the topics based on published research, thought-leadership,​ and common usage by the engineering community. An analogous product may be additions to an online encyclopedia like “[[https://​www.sebokwiki.org/​wiki/​Guide_to_the_Systems_Engineering_Body_of_Knowledge_(SEBoK) | SEBoK]]”, a DEIX reference e-book, an executive primer booklet, or a special issue journal or periodical. This product should provide in-depth explanation of thematic topics that allow the digital engineering community to properly express the digital information they request, offer, or exchange.  ​Please provide your comments to John Coleman at <​John.H.Coleman@SAIC.com>​.+The product is a thematic micropedia of digital engineering topics with entries of 250 to 1,000 words. The objective is to explain 25 to 50 relevant topics by April 2019. The plan is to explain the latest DEIX related topics, achieve community acceptance, and evolve the topics. The effort is to create and evolve the topics based on published research, thought-leadership,​ and common usage by the engineering community. An analogous product may be additions to an online encyclopedia like “[[https://​www.sebokwiki.org/​wiki/​Guide_to_the_Systems_Engineering_Body_of_Knowledge_(SEBoK) | SEBoK]]”, a DEIX reference e-book, an executive primer booklet, or a special issue journal or periodical. This product should provide in-depth explanation of thematic topics that allow the digital engineering community to properly express the digital information they request, offer, or exchange.  ​
  
  ​**[[Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model]]** (DEIXM)  ​**[[Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model]]** (DEIXM)
  
-The goal is to develop a [[mbse:​digital_engineering_information_exchange_model_topic|Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model (DEIXM)]] that describes the information exchange for model-centric [[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifacts]] in an [[mbse:​digital_engineering_ecosystem|Digital Engineering Ecosystem]]. Analogous products may include the [[https://​www.niem.gov/​ |National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)]], using the [[https://​www.omg.org/​spec/​IEF-RA/​About-IEF-RA/​ | OMG Information Exchange Framework (IEF)]] to create the DEIXM, or a [[https://​www.tmforum.org/​resources/​exploratory-report/​ig1135-digital-ecosystem-reference-architecture-overview-r15-5-0/​ | Digital Ecosystem Reference Architecture]]. The effort is to create a reference model that allows participants to exchange information in a model-centric engineering ecosystem. The DEIXM should define what is exchanged, who is exchanging, types of exchanges, and how to offer & request exchanges of graphical and non-graphical engineering models. ​Please direct comments and questions to Chris Schreiber at <​Chris.Schreiber@LMCO.com>​.  ​+The goal is to develop a [[mbse:​digital_engineering_information_exchange_model_topic|Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model (DEIXM)]] that describes the information exchange for model-centric [[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifacts]] in an [[mbse:​digital_engineering_ecosystem|Digital Engineering Ecosystem]]. Analogous products may include the [[https://​www.niem.gov/​ |National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)]], using the [[https://​www.omg.org/​spec/​IEF-RA/​About-IEF-RA/​ | OMG Information Exchange Framework (IEF)]] to create the DEIXM, or a [[https://​www.tmforum.org/​resources/​exploratory-report/​ig1135-digital-ecosystem-reference-architecture-overview-r15-5-0/​ | Digital Ecosystem Reference Architecture]]. The effort is to create a reference model that allows participants to exchange information in a model-centric engineering ecosystem. The DEIXM should define what is exchanged, who is exchanging, types of exchanges, and how to offer & request exchanges of graphical and non-graphical engineering models. ​  ​
  
 **[[Digital Viewpoint Model (DVM)]]** **[[Digital Viewpoint Model (DVM)]]**
  
-This is a model to create [[mbse:​digital_viewpoint|digital viewpoints]] that takes advantage of digital technology and modeling concepts to satisfy stakeholders’ information needs as it relates to systems engineering (SE) lifecycle standards such as ISO/​IEC/​IEEE 15288, 15289, 15504-6, 12207, 26531 and 24748. ​ An analogous product might be a software controller based on [[http://​www.ifml.org/​ | Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML)]] to design a [[mbse:​digital_view|digital view]] for any SE lifecycle review. ​ The effort is to decide on formalisms and conventions for a generic digital viewpoint model that stakeholders can use to offer or requests digital artifacts for any systems engineering lifecycle review. This involves identifying the [[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifacts]],​ designing a generic digital viewpoint that generates interactive digital views to meet stakeholders’ needs. ​ For more information or to volunteer, please contact Frank Salvatore <​Frank.J.Salvatore@SAIC.com>​. ​+This is a model to create [[mbse:​digital_viewpoint|digital viewpoints]] that takes advantage of digital technology and modeling concepts to satisfy stakeholders’ information needs as it relates to systems engineering (SE) lifecycle standards such as ISO/​IEC/​IEEE 15288, 15289, 15504-6, 12207, 26531 and 24748. ​ An analogous product might be a software controller based on [[http://​www.ifml.org/​ | Interaction Flow Modeling Language (IFML)]] to design a [[mbse:​digital_view|digital view]] for any SE lifecycle review. ​ The effort is to decide on formalisms and conventions for a generic digital viewpoint model that stakeholders can use to offer or requests digital artifacts for any systems engineering lifecycle review. This involves identifying the [[mbse:​digital_artifact|digital artifacts]],​ designing a generic digital viewpoint that generates interactive digital views to meet stakeholders’ needs. ​  ​
  
 **[[ DEIX Standards Framework ]]** **[[ DEIX Standards Framework ]]**
  
-Think of [[http://​www.nationalbimstandard.org/​|National Building Information Model Standard (NBIMS)]].  The finished product is guidance that references other existing, revising, or pending standards that facilitate the sharing of model-centric information.  The DEIX-SF provides industry-wide agreements on standards or conventions to enable a universal exchange of digital artifacts between disciplines,​ buyers, and suppliers in a global supply chain. If you are interested in participating,​ please contact Celia S. Tseng at <​CeliaSTseng@gmail.com>​.  +Think of [[http://​www.nationalbimstandard.org/​|National Building Information Model Standard (NBIMS)]].  The finished product is guidance that references other existing, revising, or pending standards that facilitate the sharing of model-centric information.  The DEIX-SF provides industry-wide agreements on standards or conventions to enable a universal exchange of digital artifacts between disciplines,​ buyers, and suppliers in a global supply chain.  ​
  
 ===== List of DEIX Topics for Development ===== ===== List of DEIX Topics for Development =====
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