Ability To Synthesise

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They must be evaluated within the systems approach to determine the complete set of performance levels of the system. According to Jackson (Jackson 2010), these properties can be considered in the (System) design includes activities to create concepts and models, and/or to conceive something (a system / a solution that answers an intended purpose) based on or using principles and concepts; the outcome of design activities is a coherent and purposeful set of models or representations using defined constructs and patterns (that implement principles and concepts). (ISO/IEC 12208) and is the opposite of holism, which Hitchins (Hitchins 2009, 60) describes as the notion that “the properties, capabilities, and behavior of a system derive from its parts, from interactions between those parts, and from interactions with other systems.” When the system is considered as a whole, properties called The principle that whole entities exhibit properties which are meaningful only when attributed to the whole, not to its parts.

They must be evaluated within the systems approach to determine the complete set of performance levels of the system. According to Jackson (Jackson 2010), these properties can be considered in the (System) design includes activities to create concepts and models, and/or to conceive something (a system / a solution that answers an intended purpose) based on or using principles and concepts; the outcome of design activities is a coherent and purposeful set of models or representations using defined constructs and patterns (that implement principles and concepts). (ISO/IEC 12208) and is the opposite of holism, which Hitchins (Hitchins 2009, 60) describes as the notion that “the properties, capabilities, and behavior of a system derive from its parts, from interactions between those parts, and from interactions with other systems.” When the system is considered as a whole, properties called The principle that whole entities exhibit properties which are meaningful only when attributed to the whole, not to its parts.

As discussed in Identifying and Understanding Problems and Opportunities, the systems approach should not consider strictly soft or hard situations.

In general, the application of the systems approach, with a focus on (1) An open, concrete system of technical or socio-technical elements which is the focus of a SE life cycle .

Hence, synthesis is often not a one-time process of solution design, but is used in combination with problem understanding and solution analysis to progress towards a more complete understanding of problems and solutions over time (see Applying the Systems Approach topic for a more complete discussion of the dynamics of this aspect of the approach).

System synthesis needs the problem or opportunity that the system is intended to address to have already been identified and described and for non-trivial systems, the problem or opportunity needs to be identified and understood concurrently with solution synthesis activities. Handbook of Systems Engineering and Management, 2nd ed.

At the January 2019 INCOSE Board of Directors meeting, a new INCOSE definition for "Systems Engineering” was approved.

That definition is:(3) A transdisiplinary and integrative approach to enable the successful realization, use, and retirement of engineered systems, using systems principles and concepts, and scientific, technological, and management methods.(3) Development (life) cycles start with user needs and end with system decommissioning and disposal.A concern that has a probability of occurrence equal to one, a consequence of occurrence greater than zero, and a time-frame that is current.A problem is an event that has occurred and has a negative impact to the project.(Conrow 2008) situations described by activities from Identifying and Understanding Problems and Opportunities topic.The solution options proposed by the synthesis activities will form the starting point for the Analysis and Selection between Alternative Solutions.The latter (3) Process Purpose: high level objective of performing the process and the likely outcomes of effective implementation of the process.NOTE The implementation of the process should provide tangible benefits to the stakeholders.Any of the activities described below may also need to be considered (2) A problem, process, system, or application in which many activities are happening in parallel, the order of incoming events is not usually predictable, and events often overlap.(ISO/IEC/IEEE 2010) of the Overview of the Systems Approach topic at the start of this KA.(INCOSE 2012) (3) A transdisiplinary and integrative approach to enable the successful realization, use, and retirement of engineered systems, using systems principles and concepts, and scientific, technological, and management methods.The Fellows Initiative on System and Systems Engineering Definitions was established in 2016, to review current INCOSE definitions of SYSTEM and SYSTEMS ENGINEERING and to recommend any changes necessary to align the definitions to a) current practice, and b) the aspirations of INCOSE’s 2025 Vision.

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