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Agile Systems Engineering by Bruce Powel Douglass

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Chapter 8

The Handoff to Downstream Engineering

A very common question that systems engineers beginning to use MBSE have is to how to effectively handoff relevant engineering data—such as requirements, architectures, and interfaces—to downstream engineering teams. In the Harmony agile MBSE process, this is done incrementally, and each increment transforms the logical system engineering data into physical representations that are useable by the design teams. On one hand, the logical interfaces and types are converted to their physical realizations to be used by the subsystem teams. On the other hand, each subsystem specification is taken, requirements are allocated to engineering disciplines within the subsystem—such as software, electronics, and ...

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