Requirements Analysis Allocation RAA

As discussed in some detail in the previous chapter, requirements analysis and allocation is an essential element in systems engineering. It is also critical in terms of architecting a system. The high-priority aspects of RAA have been delineated in Section 8.6. Here we emphasize, with respect to archi-tecting, that requirements are allocated to the functionally decomposed blocks of the system. These allocated requirements come from two sources:

1. They are provided directly in the requirements document that comes from the system user or acquisition agent.

2. They are derived from the preceding by the system developer, thus ''filling in the blanks'' where necessary.

The result of RAA then establishes at least one functional requirement for each decomposed functional block.

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