The openSE Framework: an open, lean and participative approach to systems engineering

Liisa Aha, Rachid Alami, Faraz Amjad, Mohammad M. Aref, Mathieu Baudin, Pierre Bonnal, Christian Braesch, Enrique Del Sol, James Devine, Thomas Fabry, Bruno Féral, Manuel Ferre, Doris Forkel-Wirth, Reza Ghabcheloo, Ørjan Husby, Jenni Hyppölä, Imran Douzi, Pietari Kauttu, Zhaklina Kamcheva, Keith KershawLuisella Lari, Julie Le Cardinal, Seppo Laukkanen, Marja Lintala, Hector Martinez Landa, Jouni Mattila, Magdalena Malek, Alessandro Masi, Ramviyas Nattanmai Parasuraman, Bertrand Nicquevert, Masoud Niknam, Reza Oftadeh, Luis Orona Dominguez, Jivka Ovtcharova, Alexander Owen-Hill, Raoul Panchard, Goran Perinic, Alan Rolfe, Robin Scott, Prithvi Sekhar Pagala, Danai Skournetou, Laurent Tabourot, Seppo Virtanen, Helmut Weick, Thijs Wijnands, Martin Winkler

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    Abstrakti

    OpenSE is a systems engineering framework, i.e. a project management
    framework suited to projects that consist of developing complex technical
    systems. More specifically, it is intended to provide means to efficiently
    manage development projects of complex systems subject to or emitting
    ionizing radiation, while paying particular attention to four important as-
    pects that may otherwise be omitted because of the natural focus that is
    naturally given by the project team to the project deliverable itself. These
    five aspects are known under the ORAMS acronyms that stand for Operab-
    ility, Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety.
    AlkuperäiskieliEnglanti
    JulkaisupaikkaGeneva, Switzerland
    KustantajaCERN
    Sivumäärä79
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    TilaJulkaistu - helmik. 2016
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