Lightweight Requirements Modeling as an alternative to full-scale MBSE

Lightweight Requirements Modeling as an alternative to full-scale MBSE
From self-driving cars to e-scooters, new and established players are scrambling to enter the mobility market. Time is of the essence, but safety is a key requirement, because customers expect it and regulation requires it. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) focuses...
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Gas Turbine Design at Rolls-Royce
The development of a civil aerospace gas turbine engine within the required timescale and resource constraints presents a considerable challenge. How does a team of hundreds of engineers organize itself, not just to design the thousands of high technology components...
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A Multiobjective Systems Architecture Model for Sensor Selection in Autonomous Vehicle Navigation
In this paper, we present formulations to evaluate a sensor combination across these dimensions for the localization and mapping task, as well as a method to enumerate architectures around the Pareto Front efficiently. We find that, on a benchmarked environment...
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1. Introduction
Agile development methods are nowadays well established in software engineering. They refer to an approach to software development under which requirements and solutions evolve simultaneously through the collaborative effort of self-organizing cross-functional teams, including customer(s) and end-users(s), whose objective is...
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