4.1.2 The Concept of a Decision Architecture For the Systems Engineering Development Process

@inproceedings{Buede2001412TC,
  title={4.1.2 The Concept of a Decision Architecture For the Systems Engineering Development Process},
  author={Dennis M. Buede and Robert A. Powell},
  year={2001}
}
The purpose of this paper is to introduce the concept of a decision architecture for a life-cycle balanced systems engineering process that addresses not only the design of an operational system but also the qualification of that design. This paper motivates the need for such a decision architecture, namely to drive the operational architecture of the development system. Elements and uses of the decision architecture are discussed. Sample topics in a decision architecture are shown for the… 
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