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An MBSE Architectural Framework for the Agile Definition of System Stakeholders, Needs and Requirements

Boggero, L.; Ciampa, P.D.; Nagel, B.


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approaches are rapidly spreading among&lt;br&gt;
organizations and industries due to all their claimed benefits over traditional document-&lt;br&gt;
based approaches. Benefits include for instance enhanced design quality of systems, clearer&lt;br&gt;
development of system requirements and specifications and improved communications&lt;br&gt;
within the design teams. Currently, MBSE methods and tools are mainly employed to&lt;br&gt;
successfully develop complex systems, such as aircraft or its components. However, this&lt;br&gt;
paper proposes to adopt MBSE also in the design of development systems, which aim to&lt;br&gt;
design complex systems. In particular, this paper focuses on the first activities of a typical&lt;br&gt;
Systems Engineering Product Development process: identification of system stakeholders,&lt;br&gt;
collection of their needs and development of system requirements. The main outcome&lt;br&gt;
delivered from this paper is an architectural framework, i.e. a guideline for the modeling of&lt;br&gt;
complex systems. More specifically, the architectural framework is still under development,&lt;br&gt;
and hence the current version focuses on the modeling of stakeholders, needs and&lt;br&gt;
requirements of complex systems. The focus of the proposed architectural framework is on&lt;br&gt;
the agility for the definition phases of complex systems. In other words, it is developed to&lt;br&gt;
streamline, improve and accelerate the definition and modeling of complex systems. Details&lt;br&gt;
of the architectural framework including the means to represent all the system information&lt;br&gt;
are provided. In addition, the architectural framework for the development of complex&lt;br&gt;
systems is supported by an MBSE development system, currently being addressed in the EU-&lt;br&gt;
funded research project AGILE 4.0. The MBSE development system is presented in this&lt;br&gt;
paper together with an example of its application for the definition of complex systems: an&lt;br&gt;
horizontal tail plane for a regional jet aircraft, designed and manufactured within an&lt;br&gt;
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