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Suggested Citation:"Acronyms and Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Initiating the Systems Engineering Process for Rural Connected Vehicle Corridors, Volume 3: Model System Requirements Specification. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26387.
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Suggested Citation:"Acronyms and Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Initiating the Systems Engineering Process for Rural Connected Vehicle Corridors, Volume 3: Model System Requirements Specification. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26387.
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39   APIs Application Programming Interfaces ARC-IT Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation BSM Basic Safety Message C2C Center-to-Center CA Certication Authority CC Common Criteria CCTV Closed-Circuit Television CIA Condentiality/Integrity/Availability ConOps Concept of Operations CRL Certicate Revocation List CV Connected Vehicle C-V2X Cellular Vehicle to Everything CVP Connected Vehicle Pilot DMS Dynamic Message Signs DN Distress Notication DSRC Dedicated Short Range Communications EAL Evaluation Assurance Level EIR External Interface Requirements EMI Electromagnetic Interference EMS Emergency Medical Services ESD Electrostatic Discharge ESS Environment Sensor System FCC Federal Communications Commission FCW Forward Collision Warning FIPS Federal Information Processing Standard FR Functional Requirement GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System GPIO General Purpose Input Output GPS Global Positioning System HFR Human Factors Requirements HMI Human Machine Interface HSM Hardware Security Module ICD Interface Control Document IIR Internal Interface Requirement IMR Information Management Requirement INCOSE International Council on Systems Engineering IP Internet Protocol ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems Acronyms and Abbreviations

40 Initiating the Systems Engineering Process for Rural Connected Vehicle Corridors LCR Lifecycle Requirement MAP Connected Vehicle Map Message MIB Management Information Base NRTM Needs-to-Requirements Traceability Matrix NTCIP National Transportation Communication for ITS Protocol NWS National Weather Service NYC New York City OBU Onboard Unit OEM Original Equipment Manufacturer OS Operating System OTA Over-the-Air PDM Probe Data Message PID Personal Information Device PII Personally Identifiable Information PKI Public Key Infrastructure PoE Power over Ethernet PRA Physical Requirements: Adaptability PRC Physical Requirements: Construction PRD Physical Requirements: Durability PRE Physical Requirements: Environmental PRR Policy and Regulation Requirement PSM Personal Safety Message RF Radio Frequency RSM Roadside Safety Message RSU Roadside Unit RTM Requirements Traceability Matrix RWIS Road Weather Information System RWM Road Weather Message SCMS Security Credential Management System SDD System Design Document SLA Service-Level Agreement SMR System Maintainability Requirement SOI System of Interest SPaT Signal Phase and Timing Message SPR System Performance Requirement SRM Signal Request Message SRR System Reliability Requirement SSM Signal Status Message SSPs Satellite Service Providers SSR System Security Requirement SyRS System Requirements THEA Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority TIM Traveler Information Message TMC Transportation Management Center TMDD Traffic Management Data Dictionary TMS Traffic Management System TSMO Transportation System Management and Operations UPS Uninterruptable Power Supply USB Universal Serial Bus UTC Coordinated Universal Time V2I Vehicle-to-Infrastructure

Acronyms and Abbreviations 41   V2V Vehicle-to-Vehicle VCRM Verification Cross Reference Matrix WAVE Wireless Access in Vehicular Environment WSA WAVE Service Advertisement WYDOT Wyoming Department of Transportation WZDx Work Zone Data Exchange

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Rural corridors often include long stretches of highway with limited power, communications, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) infrastructure; long distances between cities or services for travelers; different traffic and roadway characteristics; and significant incident-related rerouting distances.

The National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 978: Initiating the Systems Engineering Process for Rural Connected Vehicle Corridors, Volume 3: Model System Requirements Specification provides information that will apply in general to most current and proposed systems. It is intended to provide a base document that a deploying agency can customize to fit their project and situation.

Supplemental to this report are a research overview (Volume 1), a model concept of operations (Volume 2), and a PowerPoint presentation of context diagrams.

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