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Using W3C Web services choreography description language to define a generic SE development process

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2 Author(s)
Kobti, Z. ; Sch. of Comput. Sci., Windsor Univ., Ont. ; Emami, S.

Systems engineering (SE) controls a complex environment consisting of various subsystems. Each subsystem demands different kind of requirements and follows specific strategy for its development process. Unifying and harmonizing the development process of all collaborative subsystems towards achieving the ultimate integrated system is the main challenge of systems engineering. This work introduces a new approach towards having a generic unified process applicable to various environments. We suggest a service-oriented framework implemented by Web services for SE process, and define a dynamic abstract layer over the process focused on choreography amongst collaborative subsystems. This layer, which is implemented by a Web services choreography description language, also covers interface management concerns of systems engineering. In such an environment, as long as all services follow a unique protocol like the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) SE process, each phase of the process could be an anonymous service implemented by a different organization

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System of Systems Engineering, 2006 IEEE/SMC International Conference on

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24-26 April 2006

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