System requirements analysis / Jeffrey O. Grady.

Grady, Jeffrey O.
2nd ed.
Boston, MA : Elsevier, [2014]
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System Requirements Analysis gives the professional systems engineer the tools to set up a proper and effective analysis of the resources, schedules and parts needed to successfully undertake and complete any large, complex project. This fully revised text offers readers the methods for rationally breaking down a large project into a series of stepwise questions, enabling you to determine a schedule, establish what needs to be procured, how it should be obtained, and what the likely costs in dollars, manpower, and equipment will be to complete the project at hand. System Re
Front Cover; System Requirements Analysis; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Tables; List of Acronyms; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Introduction to Systems Requirements; 1.1.1 What Is a System?; 1.1.2 Types of Systems; Development of Unprecedented Systems; Development of Precedented Systems; Development of Systems with a Mixed Legacy; Emergent Behavior; 1.1.3 The Word Affordable; 1.1.4 Onward to a Model; 1.1.5 The Fundamental System Relation; 1.1.6 The Human Foundation; 1.1.7 What Is System Development?
1.1.8 What Is System Requirements Analysis?1.1.9 SRA Timing Considerations; 1.1.10 Development Approaches; 1.1.11 Degree of Precedence Alternatives; 1.1.12 Organizational Alternatives; 1.1.13 Data Environment Alternatives; 1.1.14 Some History and References; 1.1.15 Overview of the Book; How It Came to Be; The Remainder of This Chapter; The Other Chapters of This Book; 1.1.16 How to Get the Most Out of the Book; 1.2 Models and the Mind; 1.2.1 A System Development Process; 1.2.2 Problem Space Modeling Fundamentals; 1.2.3 Organization of Models
1.2.4 Problem Space Model Retention and Maintenance1.2.5 The Remaining Problem; 1.3 System Development Process Overview; 1.3.1 The Ultimate Process Step-The Enterprise Vision; 1.3.2 Product-Line Effects; 1.3.3 Customer-Base Effects; 1.3.4 Enterprise Structured Process Analysis and Process Definition Expansion; 1.3.5 Documentation Media; 1.3.6 Lower-Tier Development Functionality; Grand Systems Definition, F41; Program Integration During Definition; Initial System Analysis; Publish Specifications and Plans, F4166; Modeling Overview Functional Analysis1. Computer Software Structured Analysis; Solution Space Modeling; Audit, Assure Traceability, Integrate, and Validate Requirements, F4162; 1.3.7 Grand Systems Synthesis, F42; Design Grand System, F421; Item Team Preliminary Design, F41211; Item Team Detailed Design, F4212; Material Operations, F422; Manufacture System, F423; 1.3.8 Grand Systems Verification, F44; 1.3.9 Grand Systems Sustainment, F48; Logistically Support System, F482 and F483 Deploy/Deliver Product System, F4811.3.9.3 Modify Product System, F484; Dispose of the System, F485; 1.3.10 Use Product System, F47; 1.3.11 Manage Program, F49; 1.3.12 Assure Product and Process Quality, F46; 1.4 Process Variations; 1.4.1 The Situation; The Central Model; DoD Process Rationale; Other U.S. Government Life-Cycle Models; Commercial Firm Future; Focus on Requirements; Template Preparation; Map Templates to Functional Departments; Map Templates to Structured Analysis Models Provide for Configuration Management of the Model Base
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