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'Technical Systems Design Processes--Top Down Design of System Products.' Flowchart begins with Stakeholder Requirements to Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process to Requirements Analysis Process to Architecture Design Process. There can be a Feed Forward, Recursive Loop and Iterative Loop linking the various process blocks. Bottom-Up Realization Processes This is an overview illustration of the various Technical Processes used as part of Systems Engineering bottom-up product realization . They are arranged in the context of their uses in implementing low-level items, integrating them by incorporation into higher-level system elements, verifying that they conform to design-to or build-to specifications, validating conformance to Stakeholder Requirements and transitioning system components, ultimately to the end user. Bottom-up product realization At the point when end products are ready for realization, various Product Realization processes can be applied to each end product from the bottom up. The design solution is implemented. The new end product is then verified,
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validated and transitioned to its customer for assembly and integration into the next layer of end product. This sequence continues until the government organization's desired system End Product is realized. Realization means providing the physical design solution in a form suitable for meeting the applicable acquisition phase exit criteria, including product verification and validating and transitioning the product to the next level up of the system structure or ultimately to the customer. Long Description
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A flowchart titled 'The Set of SE Realization Processes.' The flow begins with Stakeholder Requirements Definition to Requirements Analysis, Architecture Design, Implementation, Integration, Verification, Validation and Transition. To the right of these last five processes, it reads: Processes for bottom up end product/system element realization. The three Technical Processes used for top-down design are _____. Stakeholder Requirements Definition, Requirements Analysis, Architecture Design Technical Processes used for bottom-up realization include Implementation, Integration and _____. Verification, Validation and Transition
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Technical Processes Application Another key consideration related to the scope of application of the various Technical Processes is the different roles played by industry and the DoD. Both industry and DoD have similar goals in product development and share key Systems Engineering Technical Processes, but with different emphases, depending on the phase of development. Traditionally, industry is the developer, and DoD is the acquirer for contracted programs. However, for in-house development work, the DoD performs both roles. In early stages of the acquisition life cycle, many Systems Engineering Technical Processes are performed by the government or its support contractors. These processes have the objectives of defining capabilities and requirements, establishing constraints and developing top-level specifications that will guide the actual later development of the system. 'Front-end' Systems Engineering-like
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  • Fall '15
  • Systems Engineering, Requirements analysis, end products, technical requirements, Stakeholder Requirements Development, stakeholder requirements

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