A taxonomy of perturbations: Determining the ways that systems lose value

  title={A taxonomy of perturbations: Determining the ways that systems lose value},
  author={Brian Mekdeci and A. M. Ross and D. H. Rhodes and D. E. Hastings},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Systems Conference SysCon 2012},
Disturbances and disruptions, both internal and external to the system, are a major concern for system architects who are responsible for ensuring that their systems maintain value robustness no matter what occurs. These perturbations can have multiple causes and can affect a system in multiple ways. This paper presents a taxonomy of disturbances and disruptions to assist system architects and researchers in identifying the ways in which systems can fail to deliver value. By doing so, this… CONTINUE READING

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