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Note: For hierarchical decomposition, read the table top-down from Level 0 to Level 7 order; for integration, read the table bottom-up in reverse order from Level 7 to Level 0.
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As part of our discussion, we provided a mechanism for System Developers that allows them to benchmark their system in the context of the User s larger system. This was accomplished using the Level 0 or Tier 0 convention. This convention, or whatever you and your team decide to use, must answer the central question, Whose system are you referring to
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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 Exercises or a new selection, apply your knowledge derived from this chapter s topical discussions. (a) Equate system levels of abstraction to multi-level entities of the physical system selected. (b) Develop an entity relationships diagram that identi es physical entity relationships.
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ORGANIZATION CENTRIC EXERCISES
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1. Contact a program organization and investigate what levels of abstraction and semantics are used. 2. Research your organization s command media for guidance in identifying levels of abstraction. (a) What guidance, if any, is provided (b) How does each program establish its own guidance
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The System of Interest Architecture
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10.1 INTRODUCTION
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The central focal point for the development of any system is the SYSTEM OF INTEREST (SOI) consisting of the MISSION SYSTEM(s) and its SUPPORT SYSTEM(s). Since every system within the supply chain performs two roles MISSION SYSTEM and SUPPORT SYSTEM analysis reveals that each role consists of seven classes of system elements that form its architectural framework. This section introduces the concept of SOI system elements. We identify the system elements and describe the System Element Architecture that forms the analytical basis for analyzing systems and their interactions with their OPERATING ENVIRONMENT. We describe the scope and bound the contents of each element.
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What is an SOI What are the key elements of an SOI Graphically depict the generalized system architecture of an SOI including its external interfaces. What are the key elements of a MISSION SYSTEM Graphically depict the generalized system architecture of a MISSION SYSTEM including its external interfaces. What is the scope of the PERSONNEL, EQUIPMENT, MISSION RESOURCES, PROCEDURAL DATA, FACILITIES, and SYSTEM RESPONSES elements What are the key elements of the EQUIPMENT Element Why is the SOFTWARE Element separate from the EQUIPMENT Element What are the key elements of the SUPPORT SYSTEM Graphically depict the generalized system architecture of a SUPPORT SYSTEM including its external interfaces. How does the MISSION SYSTEM architecture differ from the SUPPORT SYSTEM architecture What are the key elements of a SUPPORT SYSTEM s EQUIPMENT Element What are CSE and PSE
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System Analysis, Design, and Development, by Charles S. Wasson Copyright 2006 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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10.2 The System Element Architecture Construct
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System of Interest (SOI)
1 16 OPERATING ENVIRONMENT OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 15 2 3
MISSION SYSTEM(s)
Mission Mission Resources Resources Element Element 6 5
Personnel Personnel Equipment Equipment Mission Resources Mission Resources Procedural Data Procedural Data Facilities Facilities System Responses System Responses 17 14 13 12
SUPPORT SUPPORT SYSTEM(s) SYSTEM(s)
Procedural Procedural Data Data Element Element 9
Personnel Personnel Element Element 7
8 System System Responses Responses Products Products By-Products By-Products Services Services Behavior Behavior Equipment Equipment Element Element Hardware Hardware Software Software Manuals Manuals
10 11
= Physical Interface
= Logical Interface
For simplicity, the SOFTWARE Element is placed under the EQUIPMENT Element. Some have a separate SOFTWARE Element.
Figure 10.1 The System of Interest (SOI) Architecture and its System Elements
10.2 THE SYSTEM ELEMENT ARCHITECTURE CONSTRUCT
Every human-made system consists of a generalized framework we refer to as the System Element Architecture (SEA). The SEA represents a logical arrangement of system elements that serve as generalized construct or template for systems design and analysis. Figure 10.1 provides a graphical representation of the SEA. To promote readability and simplicity in the gure, the OPERATING ENVIRONMENT is abstracted as a single entity. Every system performs MISSION SYSTEM and SUPPORT SYSTEM roles as part of its tasking from HIGHER ORDER SYSTEMS. Regardless of the system role, each system consists of combinations of system elements with speci c system and mission objectives.