Technical Performance Measure (TPM) (glossary)

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(1) Measures of attributes of a system element within the system to determine how well the system or system element is satisfying specified requirements. (Roedler and Jones 2005, 1-65)
(2) A product design assessment, which estimates, through engineering analysis and tests, the values of essential performance parameters of the current design as effected by risk handling actions. (BMP 2012)

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(1) Roedler, G. J., and C. Jones. 2005. Technical Measurement: A Collaborative Project of PSM, INCOSE, and Industry. San Diego, CA, USA: Practical Software & Systems Management (PSM)/International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), INCOSE-TP-2003-020-01.

(2) BMP. 2012. "2.8 Risk Monitoring." Accessed September 13, 2012. Available at: http://www.bmpcoe.org/library/books/dsmc%20rmg%204th/69.html.

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