Systems Engineering Standards
This knowledge area (KA) focuses on the standards and technical protocols that are relevant to systems engineering. It looks at the types of standards, some of the key standards, and the alignment efforts to achieve a consistent set of standards. It then compares some of the standards, and surveys the application of the standards. Note that many of these standards have been used as references throughout Part 3.
Each part of the SEBoK is divided into KA's, which are groupings of information with a related theme. The KA's in turn are divided into topics. This KA contains the following topics:
- Relevant Standards
- Alignment and Comparison of the Standards
- Application of Systems Engineering Standards
See the article Matrix of Implementation Examples for a mapping of case studies and vignettes included in Part 7 to topics covered in Part 3.
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