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Scenario-based design and evaluation for capability

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posted on 18.11.2010 by Esmond Urwin, Colin C. Venters, Duncan J. Russell, Lu Liu, Zongyang Luo, David E. Webster, Michael Henshaw, Jie Xu
Scenarios are frequently used within techniques for planning and designing systems. They are an especially helpful means of visualizing and understanding the incorporation of new systems within systems of systems. If used as the basis for decisions about candidate designs, then it is important that such decisions can be rationalized and quantitative assessment is particularly important. In this paper, an approach for developing complex scenarios, which incorporates the phases of systems development and deployment, is presented and a quantitative method of comparison is described. This approach is based on the development of measures of merit and measures of performance. The techniques are illustrated using cases that are relevant to Network Enabled Capability.

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  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

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URWIN, E.N....et al., 2010. Scenario-based design and evaluation for capability. IN: 5th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (SoSE), Loughborough, 22-24 June, 7pp.

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2010

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9781424481972

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