The System Capabilities Analytic Process (SCAP) as Presented at the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) 26th Annual National Test and Evaluation (T&E) Conference on March 2, 2010
Final rept. Aug 2009-Mar 2010
ARMY RESEARCH LAB ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD SURVIVABILITY LETHALITY ANALYSIS DIRECTORATE
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The System Capabilities Analytic Process SCAP is an emerging methodology, which allows a person who is analyzing a system to determine that systems remaining capability after the loss of critical components. The methodology was presented at the National Defense Industrial Association NDIA 26th Annual National Test and Evaluation TE Conference on March 2, 2010 with the intent to share this paradigm with the Department of Defense DoD community and to solicit feedback on ways to improve SCAP. The conference theme was how to improve the ways the DoD will analyze, test, and evaluate networked system-of-systems SoS. SCAP was shown as a way to correlate how the dysfunction of one system can impact the capabilities of a SoS.
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