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Systems Engineering A way of Thinking

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Keywords systems engineering a way of thinking a way of doing business Enabling Organized Transition from Need to Product requirements management

Requirements Management -
" Integration of requirements from multiple and separate sources (statement of work, specifications, standards, customer discussions, management directives) at program start - minimizes post-design integration of hardware and software
" Analysis of these integrated requirements for ambiguities, conflicts, and omissions so the project team operates to a single, validated set of requirements (i.e., team members begin from the same starting point)
" Identification and resolution of issues - identification of those requirements needing further
analysis, simulations, or trade studies to establish quantitative and measurable objectives
" Conversion of analytical results into balanced, derived requirements
" Controlled evolution of requirements throughout a product’s life cycle

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1997-08
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14
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