g reqts architectu design risk Provide tailoring guide to map to standard

G reqts architectu design risk provide tailoring

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strengths or “sweet spot” for lifecycle SE functions (e.g., reqts, architecture, design, risk) Provide tailoring guide to map to standard project phases (what is coverage to lifecycle phase (needs evaluation) Evaluate methodologies to determine of certain methods have strengths that should be incorporated into local process models 5
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International Workshop 28 Jan – 2 Feb 2011 Phoenix, AZ, USA Methodologies Outbrief (IW09) (2/2) Participant Feedback (afternoon session) Differentiate work product-centric methodologies from process-centric methodologies (R. Hodgson) Review “X-model” (R. Hodgson) Seek process element/ process pattern reuse Role of governance Do some methods work better in certain domains? Enterprise modeling and instantiation (R. Griego) Response to recommendations: Will need a great deal more participation from practitioners and other interested stakeholders to adopt these recommendations This is A LOT of work Best opportunity near-term is to stand-up public Wiki site for methodologist to post information about their particular methodologies Possibly continue annual update of MBSE Methodology Survey (TBD) Want to get out of annual “maintenance” business 6
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International Workshop 28 Jan – 2 Feb 2011 Phoenix, AZ, USA Breakout Agenda for IW11 Kickoff w/brief introductions Jeff E. to introduce John W. as new Activity Lead following IW11 Guest talk by Gundars Osvalds (Northrop Grumman) entitled “Using Simulation and Visualization to Support MBSE”; will include a video Jeff E. to briefly review content of Wiki Jeff E. to recap IW09 MBSE workshop breakout participant feedback to set stage for workshop interaction, dialog, and participation Seeking active participation from MBSE Usability team from morning session Jeff E. and John W. to facilitate working dialog and capture notes
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