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This section introduced the SE Process Model and its structure. In our discussion we described how the model integrates the Requirements, Operations, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions into a highly iterative framework that can be applied to the design of entities at all levels of abstraction. We noted that the SE Process Model s multi-level application attribute is referred to as its recursive characteristic. The rst step of the model is to Understand the Opportunity/Problem and Solution Spaces to appreciate the context of the requirements allocated to each entity. As a highly iterative model, we described how the model incorporates the work ow from the Requirements Domain to the Operations Domain to the Behavioral Domain to the Physical Domain. Since design solutions must be traceable to their requirements allocations as documented in the entity s speci cation, we illustrated how the Requirements Domain Solution links to the Operations, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions. Since every design solution must be evaluated and optimized, we illustrated how the Evaluate and Optimize the Entity s Design Solution activity supports the Operations, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions.
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1. Answer each of the What You Should Learn from This questions identi ed in the Introduction. 2. Refer to the list of systems identi ed in 2. Based on a selection from the preceding chapter s General Exercise or a new system, selection, apply your knowledge derived from this chapter s topical discussions. Describe how the SE Process Model is applied to identify the following: (a) The system s opportunity/problem space and solution space(s). (b) The Requirements Domain Solution. (c) The Operations Domain Solution. (d) The Behavioral Domain Solution. (e) The Physical Domain Solution.
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1. Research your local command media for SE process requirements. (a) Does your organization have a standard SE Process (b) How are SEs within the organization trained to apply the SE Process (c) Compare and contrast the organization s SE process with the one described here. (d) How are multidisciplined SEs trained to apply the process 2. Research the following SE processes created over several decades. Develop a paper that describes each SE process, compare and contrast the differences; note evolutionary changes over time, and contrast with your own experiences. (a) US Army Field Manual FM-770-78 (b) MIL-STD-499
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Additional Reading (c) IEEE 1220 1998 (d) International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) (e) ANSI/EIA 632
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3. Contact technical programs within your organization and interview personnel concerning what SE process or methodology they employed to develop their systems or products. Report your ndings and observations.
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ANSI/EIA 632-1999. 1999. Processes for Engineering a System. Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA). Arlington, VA. IEEE 1220-1998. 1998. IEEE Standard for the Application and Management of the Systems Engineering Process. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). New York, NY. International Council on System Engineering (INCOSE). 2000. INCOSE System Engineering Handbook, Version 2.0. Seattle, WA. ISO/IEC 15288. System Engineering System Life Cycle Processes. International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Geneva, Switzerland. FM-770-78. 1979. Field Manual: System Engineering. Washington, DC: US Army. MIL-STD-499B (cancelled draft). 1994. Systems Engineering. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD). Defense Systems Management College (DSMC). 2001. Systems Engineering Fundamentals. Defense Acquisition University Press Ft. Belvoir, VA. Sheard, Sarah A. The Frameworks Quagmire, A Brief Look, 1997, Software Productivity Consortium, Herndon, VA.
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Our discussions up to this point have viewed the System Performance Speci cation (SPS) as an ideal requirements document with mature, well-de ned requirements. In reality, however, requirements range from those that are well de ned to those that are very immature, or ambiguous. So, how does an SE deal with this wide variety of requirements maturity Actually there are several system development models that provide a basis for dealing with the requirements maturity problems. This chapter introduces and investigates various system development models that represent various methodologies for developing systems. The models include: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Waterfall Development Model The Evolutionary Development Model The Incremental Development Model The Spiral Development Model
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Our discussions describe each model, identify how each evolved, highlight aws, and provide illustrative, real world examples. You may ask why topics such these are worthy of discussion in an SE book. There are two good reasons: First, you need a toolkit of system development approaches that enables you to address a variety of requirements de nition and maturity challenges. Second, you need to fully understand each of these models, their origin, attributes and aws to make sure you have the RIGHT approach to speci c types of system development. As an SE, you need to fully understand HOW the models are applied to various system development scenarios. You will encounter people throughout industry that refer to these models via buzzwords but often lack an understanding of each type of model s background and application.
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