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ENG 101 Module 1 Test With Questions And Answers. Excludes people or process solutions An interdisciplinary approach Aims for total lifecyc... [Show More] le balanced solutions Encompasses the entire technical effort It is a management but not a technical discipline It helps to unify the technical vision of a product It encompasses the entire technical effort It is comprised of a logical sequence of processes and activities 3) DoD program offices mainly use Systems Engineering processes and tools to manage development activities, but they are not normally needed as part of the defense industry’s technical and management approach to develop products for the acquirer. [Distinguish DoD and industry Systems Engineering roles] Fals e True 4) Low investment in technical management, especially at the start of a program, is one of the significant challenges impacting Systems Engineering [List Systems Engineering challenges] [Show Less]
ENG 101 Module 2 Test With Questions And Answers.1) The key input to the Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process is: [Describe the purpose, inputs and... [Show More] outputs, and activities of the Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process.] Capability needs and other interested party requirements Functional architectures A System Specification Baselined Technical Requirements 2) A requirement that is defined as “being an output of the Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process and expressed in confirmed and quantitative ‘shall’ statements” is a: [Explain the difference between various types of requirements] Technical Requirement Other Interested Party Requirement Derived Requirement Derived Technical Requirement 3) One of the key roles of the Systems Integrated Product Team in Stakeholder Requirements Definition is to transform the defined stakeholder requirements into a set of desired quantitative technical requirements. [Outline the role of the systems Integrated Product Team IPT in the Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process.] Fals e True 4) A measurement of the degree to which life cycle services for an End Product will provide required levels of supportability is a characteristic of: [Define KPPs, COIs, MOEs, MOSs and MOPs] A Measure of Suitability (MOS) A Critical Operational Issue (COI) A Technical Performance Measure (TPM) A Measure of Performance (MOP) 5) One of the attributes of a quality requirement is that it is expressed in terms of need, not solution. [List attributes making up a quality requirement] Fals e True 1) The key input to the Requirements Analysis Process is: [Describe the purpose, inputs and outputs, and activities of the Requirements Analysis Process.] Technical Requirements from the Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process A set of Derived Technical Requirements A Technical Data Package (TDP) A System Specification 2) Outputs from the Requirements Analysis Process become the inputs for the Architecture Design Process. [Outline the relationship of the Requirements Analysis Process to t [Show Less]
ENG 101 Module 3 Test With Questions And Answers.1) Key output(s) of the Technical Planning Process include: Select the two correct answers. [Describe the... [Show More] purpose, inputs and outputs, and activities of the Technical Planning Process.] [Remediation Accessed :N] Applicable policies, procedures, and processes Any previously developed technical plans A Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) A Systems Engineering Plan (SEP) 2) A technical management plan which helps to "ensure that the various elements of the system are functionally, physically, and electronically capable of interacting with each other and with all external links" , is the: [Identify typical technical management plans.] Interface Management Plan. Risk Management Plan. Software Development Plan. Logistics Support Plan. Test and Evaluation Master Plan. 3) All the following are examples of so-called "specialty technical plans", EXCEPT for: [Identify specialty engineering technical management plans.] Acquisition Strategy. Security Plan. Programmatic, Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (PESHE) Plan. Producibility Plan. Reliability Plan. 4) Systems Engineering Plan should cover: Select the four correct answers. [Describe the contents of a Systems Engineering Plan (SEP).] Systems Engineering Processes Enabling facilities for Systems Engineering Systems Engineering event timing Validation and verification test scenarios Enabling Systems Engineering tools 5) Event-based planning is orchestrated mainly around: Select the two correct answers. [Explain the difference between event-based and calendar-based scheduling.] [Remediation Accessed :N] Technical events and associated tasks. Network charts linking task and events by time. Time duration and calendar dates. Task Entry and Exit criteria. 1) Key input(s) to the Technical Planning Process include: Select the three correct answers. [Describe the purpose, inputs and outputs, and activities of the Technical Planning Process.] [Show Less]
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