System behaviour arises as a direct result of the interactions/interfaces which exist between components. While many of these intercomponent dependencies are easily identifiable, for example, those which arise as a direct result of inheritance, many others are obscure, often occurring as a result of technical interactions among remote entities. The identification and management of system interactions forms a major part of the system engineering practices for system architecting, but methodologies for effective identification and management of interactions arising as a result of technical interfaces is still problematic. The paper will present a methodology which may be applied in order to develop a technically-based architecture which identifies analysis dependent system linkages, demonstrating the effect of analysis fidelity on the system design applied to the aircraft system.
|Title of host publication||Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA 4th Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Forum, ATIO|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Event||Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA 4th Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Forum, ATIO - Chicago, IL, United States|
Duration: 20 Sep 2004 → 23 Sep 2004
|Name||Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA 4th Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Forum, ATIO|
|Conference||Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA 4th Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Forum, ATIO|
|Period||20/09/2004 → 23/09/2004|
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