Loss-Driven Systems Engineering (glossary)

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An overarching system engineering process that addresses quality characteristics concerned with potential losses (such as resilience, safety, and security) in a holistic manner.


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Loss-driven systems engineering (LDSE) is an area of systems engineering that holistically addresses the quality characteristics concerned with loss (such as resilience, safety, and security).

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