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26.4 DECISION SUPPORT TO THE SE PROCESS MODEL
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Decision support practices such as analyses, trade studies, prototypes, demonstrations, models, and simulations, etc. are employed to provide recommendations for technical decisions that bound the system s solution space such as the Requirements Domain Solution compliance.
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26.7 SE Process Model Characteristics
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26.5 EXIT CRITERIA
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Since the SE Process Model is highly iterative and subject to development time constraints of the entity, exit criteria are determined by: 1. Level of maturity required of the entity being designed and its required work products speci cations, designs, veri cation procedures, etc. 2. Level of criticality and practicality in correcting discrepancies between speci cation requirements and veri cation data subject to cost and schedule constraints.
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26.6 WORK PRODUCTS AND QUALITY RECORDS
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The SE Process Model supports the development of numerous system/product life cycle phase work products and quality records. When applied to a phase speci c process, the SE Process produces four categories of work products for each entity: 1) the Requirements Domain Solution, 2) the Operations Domain Solution, 3) the Behavioral Domain Solution, and 4) the Physical Domain Solution. General examples of work products and quality records include speci cations, speci cation trees, architectures, analyses, trade studies, drawings, technical reports, veri cation records, and meeting minutes. Refer to s 37 40 for details of each solution description that follows for speci c work products and quality records. Author s Note 26.1 People often confuse the purpose of any SE Process. They believe that the SE Process is established to create documentation; this is erroneous! The purpose of the SE Process Model is to establish a methodology to solve problems and produce a preferred solution that satis es contract requirements subject to technical, cost, schedule, technology, and risk constraints. Work product and quality record documentation are simply enablers and artifacts of the process, a means to an end, not the primary focus. Author s Note 26.2 Remember, if you focus on producing documentation, you get documentation and a design solution that may or may not meet requirements. If you focus on producing a design solution via the SE Process Model, you should arrive at a design solution that satis es requirements supported by documentation artifacts that prove the integrity and validity of the solution.
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26.7 SE PROCESS MODEL CHARACTERISTICS
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The SE Process Model is characterized as being highly iterative and recursive. To better understand these characteristics, let s explore each.
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Highly Iterative Characteristic
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The SE Process Model, when applied to a speci c entity within a system level of abstraction, is characterized as highly iterative as illustrated in Figure 26.2. Although each of the multi-level steps of the methodology has a sequential work ow progression, each step has feedback loops that allow a return to preceding steps and reassess decisions when issues occur later along the work ow. As a result the feedback loops establish the highly iterative characteristic as illustrated in Figure 26.3.
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SYSTEM Level CDR
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System Performance Specification (SPS)
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Figure 26.3 Entity/Item SE Design Flow
26.7 SE Process Model Characteristics
Recursive Characteristic
Referring to Figure 26.2, observe that the SE Process Model is applied to every level of abstraction. We call this its recursive characteristic. Thus the same model applies to the SYSTEM level as its does at the SUBASSEMBLY level. Let s explore this point further. We can simplify Figure 26.3 as shown in Figure 26.4. Note that each system development program begins with the System Performance Speci cation (SPS) and evolves through all four solution domains. This graphic with its alternating gray quadrants and R (requirements), O (operations), B (behavioral), and P (physical) symbols in short, ROBP will be used as an icon to symbolize the four solution domains in our later discussions on system design practices.