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Process for System Architecture and Requirements Engineering by Derek Hatley, Peter Hruschka, Imtiaz Pirbhai

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Chapter 3. A Framework for Modeling Systems

3.1. A Model Framework

In the preceding chapter, we discussed numerous facets of systems in the categories of general characteristics, views, and requirements.

We now focus on the development of such systems. In this chapter, we explore the role of models in system development and introduce a framework to organize the many different models created during the development process. This framework captures what we know about systems, including the properties discussed in Chapter 2.

The framework serves as a road map for the development process, providing a cue for what models to build and how to build them. It assists us in keeping all the models related and linked to each other. In the first sections ...

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