Systems Analysis Approach , Collected by [email protected] 2011-11,REF: INCOSE According to the...

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Systems Analysis Approach , Collected by [email protected] 2011-11,REF: INCOSE According to the Oxford English Dictionary on Historical Principles (1973), analysis is ―the resolution of anything complex into its simple elements. by Mind Map: Systems Analysis Approach , Collected by vorachet@gmail.com 2011-11,REF: INCOSE  According to the Oxford English Dictionary on Historical Principles (1973), analysis is ―the resolution of anything complex into its simple elements.

1. 1 Identification of the Elements of a System

1.1. identify the kinds of elements that make up a system. Typical elements treated within Systems Engineering (SE) may be hardware, software, humans, processes, conceptual ideas, or any combination of these

2. 2 Division of Elements into Smaller Elements

2.1. The division of elements into smaller elements allows the systems to be grouped, and leads to the Systems Engineering concept of physical architecture

3. 3 Grouping of Elements

3.1. This leads to the identification of the subsystems essential to the definition of a system

4. 4 Identification of the Boundary of a System

4.1. Establishing the boundary of a system is essential to SE and the determination of the system's interaction with its environment and with other systems and the extent of the system of interest (SOI).

5. 5 Identification of the Function of Each Element

5.1. The function of a system or of its elements is essential to SE and the determination of the purpose of the system or of its elements

6. 6 Identification of the Interactions among the Elements

6.1. These interactions lead to the SE process of interface analysis. Integral to this aspect is the principle of interactions