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Managing Systems Engineering Processes: a Multi- Standard Approach

Rui Xue 1 Claude Baron 1 Philippe Esteban 1 Hamid Demmou 1 
1 LAAS-ISI - Équipe Ingénierie Système et Intégration
LAAS - Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes
Abstract : Considering that system design becomes more and more complex to manage, systems engineering standards are useful and necessary for the companies. In order to choose the right standard, this paper presents an analysis of and a detailed comparison between the current releases of the main Systems Engineering standards in system design industry, ANSI/EIA-632, ISO/IEC-15288 and IEEE-1220, and illustrates how to choose a standard on the basis of specific characteristics of the project. For cases where no standard completely satisfies the criteria, we suggest a way to extend and adapt a standard.
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Rui Xue, Claude Baron, Philippe Esteban, Hamid Demmou. Managing Systems Engineering Processes: a Multi- Standard Approach. 8th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCon 2014), Mar 2014, OTTAWA, Canada. 5p. ⟨hal-01828551⟩



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