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 ====== Patterns Challenge Team ====== ====== Patterns Challenge Team ======
  
-====== Patterns Challenge Team ====== +(old version ​of this pagedo not use)
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-The Pattern-Based Systems Engineering ​(PBSE) Challenge Team is a component ​of the INCOSE/OMG Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Initiative ( http://​www.omgwiki.org/​MBSE/​doku.php ). This Charter is a draft proposed by the founding team members, for review and update by the team in formation and INCOSE MBSE Initiative leadership. +
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-1. Purpose:  +
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-1.1. Conceptual Summary: +
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-As used here, System Patterns are configurable,​ re-usable System Models that would otherwise be like those expected and found in the practice of MBSE (not limited to, but including, SysML models). Through the availability and use of System Patterns, the outcomes targeted by MBSE models are made more accessible, in terms of ease (and skillof generation and use, associated modeling cost, schedule, risk, completeness,​ and consistency,​ etc.  Over time, System Patterns become points of accumulation of organizational learning and expertise. Because they are configurable and re-usable models of families or classes of systems, model-based System Patterns involve some additional methods and disciplines that extend the ideas of MBSE (e.g., Pattern Management, Configuration Rules, model minimality, etc.).  +
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-This model-based PBSE approach has been in use for a number of years, applied across enterprises and domains that include mil/​aerospace,​ communications,​ automotive, medical/​health care, advanced manufacturing,​ consumer products, along with business processes including sales, engineering,​ production, and general innovation. The first INCOSE PBSE tutorial was provided at IS2005, another given at GLRC2012, another at IS2013, and another at GRLC2013. Attendees at the IS2013 tutorial expressed interest in an ongoing INCOSE PBSE group of some kind. We have also published a number of papers on this approach. ​  +
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-1.2. Specific Challenge:  +
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-The PBSE Challenge Team will advance the availability of model-based System Patterns and related PBSE resources, and awareness of them, increasing the availability and successful use of System Models across the life cycle of systems. Specifically,​ this will be accomplished by meeting the following challenge:  +
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-Generating two or more MBSE models across multiple systems and system domains from single system pattern asset(s) leveraged across them. The specific domains and systems will be chosen based on the team membership’s priority interests, but are currently expected to include at least one multiple-configuration manufactured product line system, as well as the manufacturing system that produces it. This challenge will include quantification of the demonstrated economies or other gains obtained through pattern asset leverage, and the infrastructure (e.g., tools, processes) necessary to support those gains.  +
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-2. Measures of Success +
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-Targeted stakeholder and related measures of success are: +
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-System Innovation / Development Teams: Enjoy the benefits of MBSE with lower per-project model-origination and refinement time, effort, skill load, and risk, by employing configured System Patterns as early draft models. ​  +
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-System Modelers: Extend the span of influence of skilled individual modelers by making their models effectively available, applicable, and impactful to more projects, systems, and products. ​  +
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-Product Line Managers, Platform Managers, Portfolio Managers: Improve the effectiveness of families-of-systems disciplines,​ measured in terms of economic leverage.  +
-System Verification Teams: Improve the performance of system verification planning and execution in high risk or complexity systems. ​  +
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-System Life Cycle Groups: Improve satisfaction with the early fit of systems to the learned needs of system life cycle communities,​ including manufacturing,​ distribution,​ end user, operations, and maintenance,​ over a broad range of issues that should not be re-discovered each generation (functionality,​ safety, many other aspects).  +
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-Tool Suppliers: Improve the ROI demonstrated by tools.  +
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-Enterprises:​ Improve organizational-level learning across individual people and projects, reducing occurrences of re-learning the same lessons and repeating the same mistakes.  +
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-3. Plan Overview / Description:​ +
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-Phase 1:  (Time period to be established) +
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-1. Supplement start-up team membership with other interested team members, sharing and refining charter and gaining team buy-in to this plan. +
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-2. Bring team membership to a common level of PBSE understanding,​ using PBSE Tutorials conducted in recent years at IS, GLRC, and chapter levels, including example System Pattern content. +
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-3. Identify target products for near-term work by the team: +
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-a. Target System Patterns +
-b. Target System Pattern Applications +
-c. Business Process Implications Model of PBSE +
-d. Demonstration of PBSE support in Tools and Information Systems +
-e. PBSE Tutorials  +
-f. Other target products +
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-Phase 2:  (Time period to be established) +
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-4. Create and validate targeted Challenge Team products, prioritized from above +
-Phase 3: (Time period to be established) +
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-5. Make Challenge Team products available to INCOSE membership, extending benefits.  +
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-===== Schedule =====  +
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-^Date^Milestone^Status^Point of Contact^References^ +
-|June, 2013|Provide PBSE Tutorial at IS2013|Done|Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson| | +
-|Aug, 2013|Gain agreement of MBSE leadership|Done|Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson| | +
-|Jul-Aug 2013|Collect initial team members, refine charter|Done|Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson| | +
-|Oct, 2013|Provide PBSE Tutorial at GLRC2013|Done|Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson| | +
-|Dec, 2013|Challenge team wiki page created|Done|Bill Schindel| | +
-|Jan 27, 2014|Hold challenge team mtg IW2014|Scheduled|Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson|[[Patterns_Challenge_Team_Mtg_01.27.14]] | +
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- (To be filled in based on schedule planned above)  +
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-===== Team Members =====  +
-Challenge Team Lead/POC: Bill Schindel ​  ​schindel@ictt.com +
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-^Name^Organization^Contact Information^ +
-|Bill Schindel|ICTT System Sciences|Schindel@ictt.com| +
-|Troy Peterson|Booz Allen Hamilton|Peterson_troy@bah.com|  +
-|Jason Sherey|ICTT System Sciences|Sherey@ictt.com| +
-|Stephen Lewis|ICTT System Sciences|Lewis@ictt.com| +
-|Ann Hodges|Sandia National Laboratories|Alhodge@sandia.gov| +
-|David Hetherington|Asatte Press|David.Hetherington@asattepress.com|  +
-|Eric Berg|Procter & Gamble|Bergec@pg.com| +
-|Fred Samson|Booz Allen Hamilton|Samson_frederick@bah.com|  +
-|Mike Vinarcik|Booz Allen Hamilton|Vinarcik_michael@bah.com|  +
-|David Cook|Moog, Inc.|Dcook@moog.com|  +
-|David Rogers|Rolls-Royce|David.Rogers2@rolls-royce.com| +
-|Sandy Friedenthal|(keep informed) SAF Consulting|Safriedenthal@gmail.com|  +
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-===== References and Download Links =====  +
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-1. Eric Berg, “Affordable Systems Engineering:​ An Application of Model-Based System Patterns To Consumer Packaged Goods Products, Manufacturing,​ and Distribution”,​ at INCOSE IW2014 MBSE Workshop, 2014. +
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-2. Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE): Leveraging MBSE Techniques”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2013 Great Lakes Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ Tutorial, October, 2013. +
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-3. W. Schindel, “System Interactions:​ Making The Heart of Systems More Visible”, in Proc. of INCOSE Great Lakes 2013 Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ October, 2013. +
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-4. Bill Schindel, Troy Peterson, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE): Leveraging MBSE Techniques”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2013 International Symposium, Tutorial, June, 2013. +
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-5. ”Abbreviated Systematica Glossary, Ordered by Concept, V 4.2.2, ICTT System Sciences, 2013. +
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-6. W. Schindel, “Introduction to Pattern-Based Systems Engineering (PBSE)”, INCOSE Finger Lakes Chapter Webinar, April 26, 2012. +
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-7. ------------------,​ “Integrating Materials, Process & Product Portfolios: Lessons from Pattern-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proc. of 2012 Conference of Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering,​ 2012. +
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-8. ------------------,​ “What Is the Smallest Model of a System?”, in Proc. of the INCOSE 2011 International Symposium, International Council on Systems Engineering (2011). +
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-9. ------------------,​ “The Impact of ‘Dark Patterns’ On Uncertainty:​ Enhancing Adaptability In The Systems World”, in Proc. of INCOSE Great Lakes 2011 Regional Conference on Systems Engineering,​ Dearborn, MI, 2011 +
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-10. ------------------l,​ “Failure Analysis: Insights from Model-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proceedings of INCOSE 2010 Symposium, July 2010. +
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-11. J. Bradley, M. Hughes, and W. Schindel, “Optimizing Delivery of Global Pharmaceutical Packaging Solutions, Using Systems Engineering Patterns”,​ in Proc. of the INCOSE 2010 International Symposium (2010). +
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-12. W. Schindel, “Pattern-Based Systems Engineering:​ An Extension of Model-Based SE”, INCOSE IS2005 Tutorial TIES 4, (2005). +
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-13. ------------------,​ “Requirements Statements Are Transfer Functions: An Insight from Model-Based Systems Engineering”,​ in Proc. of INCOSE 2005 International Symposium, (2005). +
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-14. W. Schindel, and V. Smith, “Results of Applying a Families-of-Systems Approach to Systems Engineering of Product Line Families”,​ SAE International,​ Technical Report 2002-01-3086 (2002). +
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-Link to web page with above reference files for download: ​  ​https://​sites.google.com/​site/​incosepbsewgtempaccess/  ​+
  
 +Link to correct page: [[http://​www.omgwiki.org/​MBSE/​doku.php?​id=mbse:​patterns:​patterns|PBSE Challenge Team Page]] ​          
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