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Mixing Systems Engineering and Enterprise Modelling principles to formalize a SE processes deployment approach in industry

Abstract : Systems Engineering (SE) is a tried and tested methodological approach to design and test new products. It acts as a modelbased engineering approach and promotes for this purpose a set of standardized collaborative processes, modelling languages and frameworks. In a complementary way, Enterprise Modelling (EM) provides concepts, techniques and means to model businesses along with their processes. The purpose of this paper is to provide a method for the deployment of SE processes considering interoperability and building bridges between SE and EM. An application case is given illustrating the definition of the stakeholder requirements definition process defined in the ISO 15288:2008.
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Clémentine Cornu, Vincent Chapurlat, Bernard Chiavassa, François Irigoin. Mixing Systems Engineering and Enterprise Modelling principles to formalize a SE processes deployment approach in industry. Complex Systems Design & Management (CSDM 2011), Dec 2011, Paris, France. pp. 201-210. ⟨hal-00750854⟩

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