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Specification-Review-Rule

Definition:

Specification-Review-Rules specify the official known best practices for deriving a Systems-Engineering-Concept (for example, a design) from other information (like Requirements and known technology).

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *543
English Master: Specification Review Rule
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none

Detailing

A Specification-Review-Rule is used both to instruct the engineer in how to carry out a Systems-Engineering Process, and then consequently to instruct reviewers on how to evaluate that resulting specification.

A Specification-Review-Rule is a Type of Standard.


Illustrations

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Figure *543: Specification-Rules and Specification-Review-Rules being used in SQC Processes to decide if the Content of a Systems-Engineering specification is up to the best practice Standards.

Type

Specification Standard


Examples

Rules.SRR:
Gist: Some examples of Specification-Review-Rules.
SRR1: All critical Product-Values for defined Stakeholders must be specified at performance Levels validated as valued by Stakeholders themselves (Architecture Content).
SRR2: The design should clearly the best one we can afford, risks considered, within our Budget-Constraints? (Design Content).
SRR3: The design should be competitive, at least 2 years After latest Product release, against estimated competitive Trend Benchmarks (Design Content).
SRR4: The full range of risks must be ruthlessly Documented, and the risks must be acceptable (Both Design and Architecture Content)


Notes

Specification-Review-Rules inform us about “what” should be specified. There is the notion of whether “what is specified” is the “right thing” for the organization or System concerned.


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This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.

Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 20:34:23 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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