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SEBoK Part 3 Status, Structure and Issues. Bud Lawson Dave Olwell Garry Roedler. General Status. Comments for all Knowledge Areas adjudicated Authors identified for KAs Some shortfalls – discussed in following charts

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sebok part 3 status structure and issues

SEBoK Part 3 Status, Structure and Issues

Bud Lawson

Dave Olwell

Garry Roedler

general status
General Status
  • Comments for all Knowledge Areas adjudicated
  • Authors identified for KAs
    • Some shortfalls – discussed in following charts
    • Some additional authors identified, but need to be reviewed and approved by Core Team
  • Key terms and primary references for Part 3 have been identified
    • May need to prioritize further
    • Challenge is getting to a concise set, but still being meaningful considering size of Part 3
  • Ready to move forward
    • Writing for Version 0.5 has started for some KAs
general issues
General Issues
  • How to take account of systems engineering practices with respect to the range of applications; product, service, enterprise, and system-of-systems?
    • Note: If the result of systems engineering is an instantiated product, service or enterprise, what should we call the result of its application to a system-of-systems? – Perhaps conglomerate, amalgamation (any ideas!!!)
  • How to deal with classifications of readiness: TRL (Technical Readiness Levels) and SRL (System Readiness Levels)? Can SRL’s be used for soft systems like services and enterprises or even SoS? (Stress tests for Nuclear Reactors and their operation is certainly actual now). Perhaps this can be used in SRL evaluation.
  • Can we identify a set of patterns of systems engineering practice and how should this be discussed in the various KAs.
  • Improvement of the discussion of Change Management and its affects upon Life Cycle Management and the other KAs.
  • Discussion of product line SE and Management. Should a discussion on service line also be considered?
  • Many comments address software-specific issues.
  • Requests to expand the text
    • The challenge is to keep the discussion concise while expanding the scope
    • Clarification needed in some cases
  • Structure, prescription, level of detail, survey of industry practices for each topic
structure
Structure
  • Content within Knowledge Areas/Topics for consistency
    • Items to be included in each Knowledge Areas (aka chapters)(Required unless approved by Part Leaders)
      • Introduction
      • Fundamentals (if applicable)
      • SE Topics
      • Practical Considerations
      • Primary References
      • Additional References and Readings
      • Glossary
    • Items to be included in each SE topic (Follow as applicable – please discuss any changes with Part Leaders)
      • Introduction
      • Process Overview
      • Application to Product Systems
      • Application to Service Systems
      • Application to Enterprises
      • Linkages to other topics
      • Practical Considerations (Pitfalls, Good Practice, etc.)

Note: Team realizes that the application to Products, Services, and Enterprises may vary by topic

1 enterprise knowledge area james hillary formerly part of chapter 6
1. ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE AREA(James, Hillary) Formerly Part of Chapter 6
  • Comments/Issues:
  • No specific issues identified

1. ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE AREA

1.1 Introduction/Overview

1.2 Enterprise Systems Engineering

1.3 ESE Process Activities

1.4 Enterprise Capability Management

1.5 Practical Considerations

1.6 Primary References

1.7 Additional References and Readings

1.8 Glossary

2 life cycle models knowledge area kevin barry alain bud formerly chapter 4
2. LIFE CYCLE MODELS KNOWLEDGE AREA(Kevin, Barry, Alain, Bud) Formerly Chapter 4
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Deploy Products, Transition Services – UK
    • Is there a single term we could use?
  • Requests to expand the text
    • The challenge is to keep the discussion concise while expanding the scope
    • Clarification needed in some cases
  • The need for the SEBOK to provide effective guidance on handling “brown field” systems engineering challenges

2. LIFE CYCLE MODELS KNOWLEDGE AREA

2.1 Introduction/Overview

2.2 Life Cycle Characteristics

2.3 System Life Cycle Process Drivers and Choices

2.4 Representative System Life Cycle Process Models

2.5 Practical Considerations

2.6 Primary References

2.7 Additional References and Readings

2.8 Glossary

3 system definition knowledge area alain garry formerly chapter 9
3. SYSTEM DEFINITION KNOWLEDGE AREA(Alain, Garry) Formerly Chapter 9
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Additional authors needed
    • Any other BKCASE authors?
    • Add an architecture subject matter expert?
  • No mention of ISO/IEC 42010
    • Should consider getting someone from WG42, maybe Johan Bendz
  • Some comments are very SW engineering oriented
  • Some topics should be added and may need help
  • Need expanded set of references

3. SYSTEM DEFINITION KNOWLEDGE AREA

3.1 Introduction/Overview

3.2 Fundamentals

3.3 Stakeholders Requirements

3.4 System Requirements

3.5 Architectural Design

3.6 System Analysis

3.7 Practical Considerations

3.8 Primary References

3.9 Additional References and Readings

3.10 Glossary

4 realization knowledge area john alain jean claude formerly chapter 10
4. REALIZATION KNOWLEDGE AREA(John, Alain, Jean-Claude) Formerly Chapter 10
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Need author from a non-defense/aero sector
  • Should consider an author from ISO/IEC SI and/or V&V studies
  • Several technical issues to resolve – see details in Word file
    • Use of “should”
    • Reuse of subsystems
    • Implementation
    • System Integration scope and definition

4. REALIZATION KNOWLEDGE AREA

4.1 Introduction/Overview

4.2 Fundamentals

4.3 Implementation

4.4 System Integration

4.5 System Verification

4.6 System Validation

4.7 Practical Considerations

4.8 Primary References

4.9 Additional References and Readings

4.10 Glossary

5 deployment and use knowledge area brian gallagher formerly chapter 11
5. DEPLOYMENT AND USE KNOWLEDGE AREA(Brian Gallagher) Formerly Chapter 11
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Any authors from the following areas?
    • Operations and Maintenance
    • Logistics and Support
  • Ensure single coverage of Maintenance vs. Upgrade (KA 3.7?)

5. DEPLOYMENT AND USE KNOWLEDGE AREA

5.1 Introduction/Overview

5.2 Fundamentals

5.3 System Deployment

5.4 Operation of the System

5.5 System Maintenance

5.6 Logistics

5.7 Practical Considerations

5.8 Primary References

5.9 Additional References and Readings

5.10 Glossary

6 systems engineering management ka ray garry barry kevin ed ken formerly chapter 8
6. SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT KA(Ray, Garry, Barry, Kevin, Ed, Ken) Formerly Chapter 8
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Need Quality Mgt subject matter expert
  • Resolution of comments regarding “Opportunity Management”
  • Need to reduce prescription and tutorial level content

6. SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE AREA

6.1 Introduction/Overview

6.2 Planning

6.3 Assessment and Control

6.4 Risk Management

6.5 Measurement

6.6 Decision Management

6.7 Configuration Management

6.8 Information Management

6.9 Quality Management (from old chapter 14)

6.10 Primary References

6.11 Additional References and Readings

6.12 Glossary

7 product and service life mgt ka brian raytheon people formerly chapter 12
7. PRODUCT AND SERVICE LIFE MGT KA(Brian, Raytheon people) Formerly Chapter 12
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Need author(s) from non- defense/aero sectors
  • Planning for system life management during the requirement phase
  • Managing service life extension using the Engineering Change Management process with an understanding of design life constraints
  • Performing Legacy system upgrades with attention to legacy requirements and key system interfaces

7. PRODUCT AND SERVICE LIFE MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE AREA

7.1 Introduction/Overview

7.2 Fundamentals

7.3 Service Life Extension

7.4 Capability Updates, Upgrades, and Modernization

7.5 Disposal and Retirement

7.6 Practical Considerations

7.7 Primary References

7.8 Additional References and Readings

7.9 Glossary

8 specialty engineering knowledge area cihan formerly chapter 14
8. SPECIALTY ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE AREA(Cihan, ??) Formerly Chapter 14
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Need more discussion on structure and content for this KA
  • Need more diverse set of authors
  • Relationship to Product, Service and Enterprise systems?

8. SPECIALTY ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE AREA (NEED TO PRIORITIZE AREAS)

  • 8.1 Introduction/Overview
  • 8.2 Integration of Specialty Engineering
  • (Affordability/Design to Cost - ( MOVE TO SYSTEMS ANALYSIS????))
  • 8.3 Human System Integration – (SHOULD THIS BE HUMAN FACTORS??)
  • 8.4 Dependability
    • Safety (PERHAPS A CATEGORY OF DEPENDABILITY – WITH SUBTOPICS)
    • Reliability and Maintainability
    • Availability (NEW)
    • Reslliance
  • 8.5 Security
  • 8.6 Aspects of Physical Products
    • Spectrum Management
    • Electro-Magnetic Interference/ TEMPEST
    • Radiation Hardness
  • 8.7 Manufacturing and Production
    • (Quality – MMOVE TO CHAPTER 6 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT)

(Logistics/Supportability –ADDRESS IN CHAPTER 5)

  • 8.8 Occupational Health/ Work Environment
  • (Disposal–ADDRESS IN CHAPTER 5)
  • 8.9 Practical Considerations
  • 8.10 Primary References
  • 8.11 Additional References and Readings
  • 8.12 Glossary
9 system of systems knowledge area mike henshaw new knowledge area
9. SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS KNOWLEDGE AREA(Mike Henshaw) New Knowledge Area
  • Comments/Issues:
  • Need more diverse set of authors – the following have confirmed interest and commitment:
    • Mo Jamshidi
    • Dan DeLaurentis
    • Judith Dahmann
    • Charles Dickerson
  • Types of SoS – virtual, collaborative, acknowledged, directed
  • Emergence – definition, prediction
  • SoS Evolution – asynchronous lifecycles, safety qualification, capability concepts
  • SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS KNOWLEDGE AREA

9.1 Introduction//Overview

9.2 xxx

9.w Practical Considerations

9.x Primary References

9.y Additional References and Readings

9.z Glossary