Tag Archives: VV&A

Verification and Validation: Observations for Simulation and Business Analysis

Verification and validation are complex subjects on their own (and see here and here more specifically for this discussion), and the simplest way I’ve found to describe the difference between them is that verification tests whether a solution works while … Continue reading

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Addendum To Process Described in Post on Domain-Driven Design

I’ve edited the post from May 11th that describes my preferred project/VV&A methodology. I was reminded, while viewing some excellent presentations at the Project Summit / Business Analyst World conference in DC this week (at which I volunteered) that I … Continue reading

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Domain-Driven Design

At yesterday’s DC PHP Developer’s Community Meetup Andrew Cassell gave a really nice presentation on Domain-Driven Design. He described the major books in the field, some of the main movers and history, and what the idea is all about. In … Continue reading

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An Effective Framework for Verification, Validation, and Accreditation

I recently encountered a formal methodology for conducting VV&A efforts that I think is worthy of your consideration. Briefly, Verification shows whether a system works as specified, Validation shows whether the specification addresses the correct problem, and Accreditation shows whether … Continue reading

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