Difference between revisions of "Mission Analysis (glossary)"

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<blockquote> Examination and definition of the primary and secondary purposes of a system(modified from Blanchard and Fabryky 2011) </blockquote>
  
 
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Blanchard, B. S., and W. J. Fabrycky. 2011. ''Systems Engineering and Analysis'', 5th ed. Prentice-Hall International series in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA: Prentice-Hall.
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Though Blanchard and Fabrycky (2011) do not define "mission analysis", their discussion of "mission definition" is relevant to mission analysisEffectively, mission analysis is a set of activities designed to help answer the questions (Blanchard and Fabryky 2011):
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*What is the system to accomplish? and
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*How will the system accomplish its objectives?
  
 
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Revision as of 17:14, 29 February 2012

Examination and definition of the primary and secondary purposes of a system. (modified from Blanchard and Fabryky 2011)

Source(s)

Modified from:

Blanchard, B. S., and W. J. Fabrycky. 2011. Systems Engineering and Analysis, 5th ed. Prentice-Hall International series in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA: Prentice-Hall.

Discussion

Though Blanchard and Fabrycky (2011) do not define "mission analysis", their discussion of "mission definition" is relevant to mission analysis. Effectively, mission analysis is a set of activities designed to help answer the questions (Blanchard and Fabryky 2011):

  • What is the system to accomplish? and
  • How will the system accomplish its objectives?