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Addressing taming military/aerospace enterprise system complexity

Posted: 27 May 2010     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:military enterprise system  aerospace system complexity  military engineering architecture 

Military aerospace systems are usually a complex mixture of hardware, electronics and embedded software. In today's world, however, they must interact with many other entities and systems.

Creating these systems in on time, within budget and satisfying specifications is extremely challenging. Not only do you have to get the pieces right, you have to get all potentially mind-boggling number of interactions right. Each piece and the whole assemblage of components that comprise the larger system must meet specifications and perform effectively together. Understanding the larger context of the embedded software in such a system of systems is critical.

This article provides insight into how to use enterprise architecture and requirements engineering disciplines and tools to understand the larger implications of the interactions of complex designs, such as a collision avoidance system and the relationships and interactions of the systems and their components. It also outlines how to use requirements engineering to specify, derive and manage the complexity of the requirements, both of the system as a whole and of its components.

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