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A model based systems engineering processes deployment framework

Abstract : Systems Engineering is a tried and tested methodological approach to design and test new products. It acts as a model based engineering approach and promotes for this purpose a set of standardized collaborative processes, modelling languages and frameworks. The systems engineering processes imply many interactions and exchanges between resources. Nevertheless, currently there is no method guiding companies in the deployment of these processes adapted to meet their stakeholders' expectations. Particularly, interoperability abilities and capacities which are required at each level of the company and by each resource remain poorly addressed. The purpose of this paper is twofold: 1) to present an approach for deploying systems engineering processes taking into account the interoperability assessment of resources to guide their allocations; and 2) to identify and propose a dedicated software framework having to be developed in order to support this approach.
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Clémentine Cornu, Bernard Chiavassa, Vincent Chapurlat, François Irigoin. A model based systems engineering processes deployment framework. 6th International Conference on Software and Database Technologies, ICSOFT 2011, Jul 2011, Séville, Spain. pp.65-70. ⟨hal-00659357⟩

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