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Systems Engineering by Dahai Liu

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Chapter 3

Systems Requirement Analysis

In the previous chapters, we have learned about the basic systems concepts, system life cycle, and major processes that are involved in systems engineering design. No matter what kind of system is being designed, from a small appliance to a complex system like a Boeing 787, they all share the same characteristics; that is, every design is driven by systems requirements. Requirements driven is perhaps the most significant characteristic for systems engineering. In the early years of man-made system history, the importance of the system requirements was often ignored; designers used to start their configuration process with little knowledge of what users really wanted, or started with partial understanding ...

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