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a computer software con guration item (CSCI) from one type of computer platform to another. Producibility The relative ease of manufacturing an item or system. This relative ease is governed by the characteristics and features of a design that enables economical fabrication, assembly, inspection, and testing using available manufacturing techniques. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Recon gurability The ability of a system, product, or service con guration to be modi ed manually or automatically to support mission objectives. Reliability The ability of a system and its parts to perform its mission of a speci ed duration under speci c operating conditions without failure, degradation, or demand on the support system. (Source: Adapted from DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Serviceability A measure of the degree to which servicing of an item will be accomplished within a given time under speci ed conditions. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Simplicity The degree to which a system or component has a design and implementation that is straightforward and easy to understand. (Source: IEEE 610.12-1990) Supportability The degree of ease to which system design characteristics and planned logistic resources, including the logistic support (LS) elements, allow for the meeting of system availability and wartime utilization requirements. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Survivability The capability of a system and its crew, if applicable, to avoid or withstand a hostile Man-Made, Natural, and Induced OPERATING ENVIRONMENT without suffering an abortive impairment of its ability to accomplish its designated mission. (Adapted from DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Susceptibility The degree to which a device, equipment, or weapon system is open to effective attack due to one or more inherent weaknesses. Susceptibility is a function of operational tactics, countermeasures, probability of enemy elding a threat, etc. Susceptibility is considered a subset of survivability. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) Sustainability Sustainment includes, but is not limited to, plans and activities related to supply, maintenance, transportation, sustaining engineering, data management, con guration management, manpower, training, safety, and health. This work effort overlaps the Full Rate Production and Deployment work effort of the Production and Deployment phase. See also Logistics Support and Logistics Support Elements. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms) System Safety The application of engineering and management principles, criteria, and techniques to optimize safety within the constraints of operational effectiveness, time, and cost throughout all phases of the system life cycle. (Source: MIL-STD-882D System Safety, para. 3.13, p. 2) System Security The level of protection that characterizes a system, product, or service s ability to reject intrusion and access by external threats or unauthorized systems. Testability The degree to which a requirement is stated in terms that permits establishment of test criteria and performance of tests to determine whether those criteria have been met. (Source: IEEE 610.12-1990)
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35.2 Commonly Applied System Design Objectives
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Transportability The capability of materiel to be moved by towing, self-propulsion, or carrier through any means, such as railways, highways, waterways, pipelines, oceans, and airways. (Full consideration of available and projected transportation assets, mobility plans and schedules, and the impact of system equipment and support items on the strategic mobility of operating military forces is required to achieve this capability.) (Source: DSMC De nition of Terms) Usability The ease with which a user can learn to operate, prepare inputs for, and interpret outputs of a system or component. (Source: IEEE Std. 610.12-1990) Vulnerability The characteristics of a system that cause it to suffer a de nite degradation (loss or reduction of capability to perform the designated mission) as a result of having been subjected to a certain (de ned) level of effects in an unnatural [human-made] hostile environment. Vulnerability is considered a subset of survivability. (Source: DoD Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms)
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