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README_FIRST

[document] Submitted on 29 October, 2009 - 07:43
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About the Process Model:
The Systems Engineering Process Model was primarily developed by Mr. Alberto Ortiz, McDonnell Douglas Corporation - Douglas Aircraft Company, as a subcontractor to Software Productivity Solutions (SPS), under the contract titled System Engineering Concept Demonstration (SECD). SECD was sponsored by Rome Laboratory, Griffiss Air Force Base, NY, contract number F30602-90-C-0021.

The Systems Engineering Process Model was derived by synthesizing numerous government standards (identified at the first level of the model). Because there are conflicts amongst these standards and because the model represents our interpretation of these standards, SPS cannot guarantee the validity of this model.

The Process Model, when expanded, is a self contained application/document. The application used to create the Process Model was MacFlow 3.5.4. The executable version of Process Model was generated by MicroMacFlow 1.0.2. MicroMacFlow allows you to read, navigate, and print the Process Model, but the Process Model can not be edited. No license is required to expand and run the Process Model.

This disk contains three files. READ ME FIRST (which is a text file of these instructions), TeachText (which is an application to pen the READ ME FIRST) and PROCESS MODEL VER. 10.SEA, which is a self extracting DiskDoubler file that contains the Process Model.

Machine Requirements:
The Process Model requires a Macintosh with a minimum of 3MB of free RAM to run. The expanded file will occupy about 2.5 MB of disk space. A model IIcx or larger is recommended. A two page monitor is also recommended, though not required.

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