Developing an Entity s Operations Domain Solution in .NET

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Developing an Entity s Operations Domain Solution
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Similar iterations occur between the Operations Domain Solution and the Requirements, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions until the total system design matures.
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38.4 OPERATIONS DOMAIN SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
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When the Operations Domain Solution is developed, there are several challenges that the User, Acquirer, and System Developer(s) need to address. Examples include:
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Challenge 1: ConOps Acceptance
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Do the stakeholders agree with the system Concept of Operations (ConOps) document
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Challenge 2: Use Case Identi cation and Priorities
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Do the stakeholders agree with: 1) the use cases and 2) use case priorities
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Challenge 3: Most Likely or Worst-Case Scenarios and Conditions
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Do the system phases and modes of operation re ect the anticipated OPERATING ENVIRONMENT application and most likely or worst-case scenarios and conditions
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Challenge 4: Gaps in Operational Capabilities
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Based on a review of the system phases, modes, and states of operation, are there any missing capabilities that have not been speci ed or included in the cost estimate
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Challenge 5: Fitness-for-Use or Acceptance Criteria
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Are the capabilities allocated to system phases and modes of operation necessary and suf cient to achieve the mission, phase, and mode of operation objectives
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Challenge 6: Performance Timeline(s)
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Does the Mission Event Timeline (MET) allocated to system phases and modes of operation pass the reasonableness test
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38.5 OPERATIONS DOMAIN SOLUTION WORK PRODUCTS
The Operations Domain Solution is documented via a series of work products that represent HOW the User intends to deploy and employ the MISSION SYSTEM to accomplish various organizational missions and scenarios. The overall Operations Domain Solution is documented initially in the System Concept of Operations (ConOps) document. Author s Note 38.6 Most people tend to limit their thinking of the Operations Domain Solution to the SYSTEM level. As requirements are allocated to lower levels by the respective entity/item development speci cation owners, EACH entity will have its own unique operational concept description (OCD) of how it will operate and support to ful ll the higher level entity s operations. For example, a PC board or movable part should have its own unique OCD or Theory of Operation that serves as the foundation for deriving the Behavioral and Physical Domain Solutions.
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General Exercises
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38.6 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
In summary, the preceding discussions provide the basis to establish guiding principles that govern development of an entity s Operations Domain Solution. Principle 38.1 The Operations Domain Solution is a derivative of the Requirements Domain Solution and serves as the foundation for developing the Behavioral Domain Solution. Principle 38.2 The Operations Domain Solution must be consistent with and traceable to the Requirements, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions.
38.7 SUMMARY
The development of the Operations Domain Solution is highly iterative with the Requirements, Behavioral, and Physical Domain Solutions as they evolve. As the Operations Domain Solution matures, it serves as the high-level abstraction from which the Behavioral Domain Solution is derived. The Operations Domain Solution is: 1. Derived from the system capability and performance requirements established by the Requirements Domain Solution. 2. Establishes the operational architecture that expresses how system elements interact. 3. Establishes the system phases and modes of operation and associated use cases. 4. Creates the Mission Event Timeline (MET). 5. Maps required operational capabilities to the system phases and modes of operation. 6. De nes the system capability operations and tasks. 7. Allocates MET performance to system capability operations and tasks. Based on an understanding of the Operations Domain Solution practices, we are now ready to discuss the development of the Behavioral Domain Solution practices.
NOTE
The Uni ed Modeling Language (UML ) is a registered trademark of the Object Management Group (OMG).
GENERAL EXERCISES
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 Exercises or a new system selection, apply your knowledge derived from this chapter s topical discussions. You have been hired as a consultant by an Acquirer to make recommendations for the system selected. (a) Develop a system operations model that captures HOW the system is envisioned to be operated based on interviews with the User. (b) Develop an outline for a ConOps to be used to describe the system operations model. (c) Describe how the Operations Domain Solution links to its Requirements Domain Solution.