- Capture requirements
- Develop a logical architecture
- Identify use cases
- Develop a system architecture
- Establish traceability
- Produce meaningful model views
- Analyze the system
- Verify requirements
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) advocates a vision that includes: “Systems engineering [as] a part of every engineer’s curriculum.” Further, they assert “Systems engineering skills cannot be limited to a small number of systems engineers, but will be embraced by numerous discipline-centric practitioners. As a result, systems engineering education and training will be integrated into discipline-specific engineering curriculums. Systems engineering will be widely recognized as an important complement to domain specific education and taught for awareness in most other fields of engineering and social/economic/policy educational areas”
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