11.1.2 Innovative Systems Engineering: A Creative System Development Approach

@inproceedings{Powell20061112IS,
  title={11.1.2 Innovative Systems Engineering: A Creative System Development Approach},
  author={Robert A. Powell and Dennis M. Buede},
  year={2006}
}
The top-level requirements for a system address the needs and objectives of the stakeholders and serves as a key input to the design process for a system's concept and detailed architecture. In today's systems engineering environment, the process of defining and choosing from multiple concepts is driven by top-level (mission-based) requirements. The use of requirements in engineering systems has gained such importance that an enormous amount of research focuses on various topics related to… 
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7.7.1 Getting the right requirements right
TLDR
The paper hypothesises that there are two requirements paradigms; the original A paradigm and the current B paradigm which is inherently flawed and dissolves the problem of poor requirements by applying technology to reduce the need for most of the requirements written today.
Getting the right requirements right
TLDR
The paper hypothesises that there are two require- ments paradigms; the original A paradigm and the current B paradigm which is inherently flawed and dissolves the problem of poor requirements by applying technology to reduce the need for most of the requirements written today.
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