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CDS POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK SPECIFICATION To be issued to students Course Title: Systems Engineering Specialising in Defence MSc / PgDip Issue Date: 07/11/2022, 0900hrs Hand-back Date: 19/11/2022, 1200hrs (UK time) Title Problem Analysis and System Definition Aims: The aim of this module is to introduce early SE life cycle concepts, outcomes, and activities. Some of the concepts introduced in this module will be foundational for later modules, while other will be introduced here and expanded later. The SE Processes covered in this module form the basis of the practice of SE, and can be performed in a document centric, model centric or model-based way. Intended learning outcomes 1. Evaluate the application of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Concept Definition and Systems Definition life cycle processes to complex problems. 2. Create Mission Analysis models using scenario-based modeling, to explore enterprise needs. 3. Create logical system architecture views to describe one or more whole system solution concepts. 4. Plan and apply Requirements Management processes to create and review Stakeholder and System Requirements. 5. Plan a through life approach, including consideration of dependable system issues and whole life cost. This assignment covers all of the ILO at the summative level in accordance with the course assessment approach. It builds on specific formative assessments during the taught phase. Description of task(s) to be completed: This single essay will form 100% of the assessed course work for the module. You are to required to write a piece of individual coursework addressing the question below. Your answer may be based around material presented and discussed during the module and should be complimented with wider research from relevant sources. Your response should be no longer than 2000 words, less figures, titles and references. Read the Future Concept brief, which can be found with this assignment brief on the module Canvas page. This brief describes a different aspect of the University Campus example, which has been used across this module. You may use the approach from the classroom exercises, and possibly some of the soft and context modelling, in this assignment if you wish. The brief defines an area of current capability, using some of the standard Mission Analysis Views covered in the module. It also identifies a high-level Future Concept, to enable distributed teaching with both staff and students joining from off campus. In this assignment, you will be asked to apply additional MSBE views to this initial concept, to explore Stakeholder Needs, System Functions and Requirements and Logical Architecture. Alongside this there are some discussions of SE theory, which you should discuss using examples from the modelling you produce and wider reading. Assignment Question 1) Discuss, in your own words the role of Logical Architecture and System Requirements in the Concept & System Definition life cycle processes. Please consider the following specific questions in your answer but without sections for their answers It should support the discussion : · What does “Logical” mean when used to describe an architecture view? · How are the outcomes of Logical Architecture related to the outcomes of System Requirements? · How do the ideas of Requirements Management apply to the modelling approach applied above? · What are the benefits and challenges of a Model Centric or Model Based SE approach to these SE processes?(OUTSOURCS) You may also consider relevant additional literature sources in your answer. A word limit of 1200 words applies to this part. [25 Marks] resources must include the following: 1. https://www.sebokwiki.org/wiki/System_Architecture 2. https://www.sebokwiki.org/wiki/System_Requirements 3. https://www.sebokwiki.org/wiki/System_Definition 4. And other. Marking Scheme In this assignment, marks have been allocated for each question part. When marking each part, we will consider the following rubric, as appropriate to the question: · The quality of the discussion in part 4 will be assessed equally for: · The quality of the arguments and conclusions in the discussion · The use of the model views to illustrate the discussion. · Has relevant high quality literature been used and if so, is it correctly used and integral to the discussion? · The quality of the writing, including use of references, presentation and use of diagrams, overall structure within the question part. 20% of the marks for each part will be assessed for its presentation and structure. Format of the assignment 1. Cover page required clearly identifying Cranfield student number, assignment title and a plagiarism declaration. 2. Use size 11 font. The font used should be a ‘sans-serif’ font to assist in reading on screen as part of the on line marking process via Grademark. 3. If the answer is broken into sections please include a word count for each section, and a final word count for the whole submission. 4. All writing to be in the third person. 5. Use APA 7 guide for references and citations. Available from Barrington Digital Library and the VLE. 6. Please ensure all referenced text (including repeating the assignment questions) is placed in double quotes, so it is not counted by the plagiarism software 7. Clearly label all figures, especially the model views, so you can discuss them. 8. You must submit a single PDF or word file, including all diagrams embedded into the file. Separate files containing figures will not be marked. 9. Diagrams can be hand drawn, or electronic, but must be clear and easy to read. 10. Do not use web links behind firewalls – academics should be able to access all references. Assignment Procedure The word count limit for this assignment is 2,000 words. Anything above that word count will not be marked and may lose some of the marks allocated for assignment structure and presentation. This reflects one of the aims of the course which is the development of an ability to synthesise an argument in a succinct form. This limit does not include the reference list but does include inline citations, any footnotes, tables, figures, and other items in the main body of the text. For this assignment you are asked to create model views. The text on a view DOES NOT count to the word limit, even for a view which is represented using structured text (e.g. Scenario Definitions or System Functions). This includes the view title, put a box around the view and it counts as a figure. You are allowed to add short clarifications or state assumption to help explain a view, these also DO NOT count towards the word limit. Please keep them short, between 50 and 100 words is more than enough per view. E.g. this paragraph is 100 words. Only those sub sections of the question part which have a specific word limit shown will count towards the total. The separate limits are advisory, but the total must be below 2000. There is no lower limit on the discussions, but the marks for each section reflect the amount of effort we expect you to put into them. Students may ask the Module Leader for clarification or further elaboration of particular points. You should not ask for comments on assignment drafts. It is important that the assignment is as far as possible original work, built up by research and referenced accordingly. There is no “ideal solution” to this assignment, the important thing is that the conclusions you reach are justified, well-argued and logically presented. Deliverables required and submission information: This work should be submitted to Turnitin via the VLE, which uses software that can detect plagiarism. The software compares your work with a database of other publications, including course work submitted by other students. General Marking scheme: An overall mark of 50% or more is required to pass this assessment Mark Range Criteria / Descriptor 80-100% An excellent performance, meriting no significant criticisms in respect of the assessment criteria. Demonstrating a deep and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the principles of the subject and their application. Evidence of substantial further reading. Demonstrating a high level of original thought. Outstanding capacity for critical evaluation. Excellent communication skills. Well structured piece of work. 70-79% A very good performance, meriting only minor criticisms in respect of the assessment criteria. Demonstrating a deep and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the principles of the subject and their application. Evidence of substantial further reading. High level of critical evaluation and analysis. Significant level of original thought. Very good communication skills. Well structured piece of work. 60-69% A good performance, meriting only minor criticisms in respect of the assessment criteria. Demonstrating a competent knowledge and understanding of the principles of the subject and their application. Evidence of further reading. Good level of critical evaluation and analysis. Good evidence of original thought. Good communication skills. Satisfactorily structured piece of work. 50-59% A satisfactory performance, meriting some criticisms in respect of the assessment criteria. Demonstrating an adequate knowledge and understanding of the principles of the subject and their application. Little evidence of further reading. Minimal level of critical evaluation and analysis. Some evidence of original thought. Satisfactory communication skills. Adequately structured piece of work. 40-49% A performance which is lacking in one or more aspects of the assessment criteria. 0 – 39% An unsatisfactory performance, lacking in one or more aspects of the assessment criteria. Demonstrating a poor knowledge and understanding of the principles of the subject and their application. No evidence of further reading. No evidence of critical evaluation and analysis. No evidence of original thought. Poor communication skills. Inadequately structured piece of work. 2 of 4 CDS CWSpec v1.1
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