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1. Research your organization s command media for guidance concerning development of speci cations. (a) What requirements do the command media impose on contract programs (b) What does the media specify about timing for developing and approving speci cations 2. Contact a contract program within your organization. (a) What speci cations are required to be delivered as Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) items (b) What delivery requirements are levied on the program speci cation CDRL deliveries during the System Development Phase (c) Does the program have a speci cation tree (d) Contrast the speci cation tree structure with the multi-level system architecture. Do they identically match How do they differ What is the program s rationale for the difference (e) What speci cations are required that are viewed as unnecessary (f) What speci cation did the program develop that were not required by contract
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Defense Systems Management College (DSMC). 2001. DSMC Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms, 10th ed. Defense Acquisition University Press. Ft. Belvoir, VA. Kossiakoff, Alexander, and Sweet, N. William 2003. Systems Engineering Principles and Practice. New York: Wiley-InterScience. MIL-STD-499B (cancelled dRAFT). 1994. Systems Engineering. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD). MIL-STD-961D. 1995. DOD Standard Practice for Speci cation Practices. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD).
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Defense Systems Management College (DSMC). 1998. DSMC Test and Evaluation Management Guide, 3rd ed. Defense Acquisition Press. Ft. Belvoir, VA. IEEE Std 610.12-1990. 1990. IEEE Standard Glossary of Modeling and Simulation Terminology. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). New York, NY. MIL-HDBK-245D. 1996. Handbook for Preparation of the Statement of Work. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD). MIL-STD-480B (canceled). 1988. Military Standard: Con guration Control: Engineering Changes, Deviations, and Waivers. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD). MIL-STD-490A (canceled). 1985. Military Standard: Speci cation Practices. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD). SD-15. 1995. Performance Speci cation Guide. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD).
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Speci cations establish the agreement of the technical capabilities and levels of performance required for a system to achieve its mission and objectives within a prescribed solution space. As such, speci cations represent human attempts to specify and bound the prescribed solution space that will enable the User to accomplish their organizational mission and objectives. This chapter provides the foundation for specifying system, product, or service requirements. We explore the various categories and types of stakeholder and speci cation requirements such as operational, capability, nonfunctional, interface, veri cation, and validation requirements. We expand the discussion of operational requirements and link them to the fours modes of operation such as NORMAL, ABNORMAL, EMERENCY, and CATASTROPHIC. Speci cation requirements that bound a solution space are hierarchical and interrelated. We discuss the hierarchical structure and relationships among the various types of requirements. We illustrate why speci cations prepared in an ad hoc manner are prone to problems of missing, misplaced, con icting, and duplicated requirements. These problems represent risk areas that SEs need to understand and recognize.
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. What is a requirement What is a source or originating requirement What is a stakeholder requirement What is an objective requirement What is a threshold requirement What are the categories of speci cation requirements What are operational requirements What are capability requirements What are nonfunctional requirements What are interface requirements What are veri cation requirements What are validation requirements
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System Analysis, Design, and Development, by Charles S. Wasson Copyright 2006 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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13. What are requirement priorities 14. What are the four types of operational requirements 15. What are four common problems with requirements
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Nonfunctional Requirement A statement of a static, nonbehavioral requirement that characterizes an attribute such as appearance, and weight, dimensions of an entity. Objective Requirement The objective value is that value desired by the user, which the PM is contracting for or otherwise attempting to obtain. The objective value could represent an operationally meaningful, time critical and cost-effective increment above the threshold for each program parameter. (Adapted from the DoD Acquisition Program Preparation Instruction; Source: DoD 5000.2R Draft, Jan. 1, 2001, Section 1.2) Operational Requirement A statement of a required capability the represents an integrated set of operations needed to satisfy a speci c mission objective and outcome within a speci ed time frame and prescribed OPERATING ENVIRONMENT. Performance Requirement A criterion that identi es and quanti es the degree to which a particular attribute of a function must be accomplished, and the conditions under which this capability is to be achieved. (Source: Kossiakoff and Sweet, System Engineering, p. 451) Threshold Requirements Requirements stated with a minimum acceptable value that, in the user s judgment, is necessary to satisfy the need. If threshold values are not achieved, program performance is seriously degraded, the program may be too costly, or the program may no longer be timely. (Adapted from the DoD Acquisition Program Preparation Instruction; Source: DoD 5000.2R Draft, Jan. 1, 2001, Section 1.2) Requirement Elicitation The act of identifying and collecting stakeholder requirements through understanding of the problem and solution spaces such as via personal interviews and observation. Requirement Stakeholder Anyone who has a stake or vested interest in identifying, de ning, specifying, prioritizing, verifying, and validating system capability and performance requirements. Requirements stakeholders include all personnel responsible for system de nition, procurement, development, production, operations, support, and retirement of a system, product or service over its life cycle. Requirement Any condition, characteristic, or capability that must be achieved and is essential to the end item s ability to perform its mission in the environment in which it must operate is a requirement. Requirements must be veri able. (Source: SD-15 Performance Speci cation Guide, p. 9) Veri cation Requirement A statement of a method and conditions for demonstrating successful achievement of a system, product, or service capability and its minimum/maximum level of performance. Validation Requirement A statement of an approach and/or method to be employed to demonstrate and con rm that a system, product, or service satis es a User s documented operational need.
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