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Frequently Asked Questions Following is a list of frequently asked questions (and answers) about the NIST Interoperability public working group and the associated...
Interoperability Working Group Telecon Friday Nov 11 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific Agenda: John Wack will present an overview of the glossary that has been defined for...
Interoperability Working Group Telecon Friday Oct 14 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific Agenda: Discussion of the Election Process Modeling: Kenneth Bennett will present an...
Interoperability Working Group Telecon Friday Oct 28 3pm Eastern/12pm Pacific Agenda: Discussion of the voting methods/models work and forthcoming specification: Lauren...
Full Election Process See Annotated Full Election Process Cross Reference: Full Election Process vs. Ken Bennett Process Models xls Cross Reference: Ken...
Full Election Process See Annotated Full Election Process Cross Reference: Full Election Process vs. Ken Bennett Process Models xls Pre Election Process...
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