What Every Engineer Should Know Abt. Devel. Real-Time by K. Fowler

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Do not remove responsibility with things like long signature approval lists) – In some cases, a good contract engineering firm can really help out with needed expertise and resources  Increase your parallel effort; do concurrent development, which can only happen with flexible requirements and the right types of people to do job (see getting the right team above) [19].  Management should provide clear objectives and priorities with- out overconstraining the team. Lack of appropriate objectives and priorities leads to spinning wheels and wasted time [19].

Often analysis turns up concerns that need to be addressed by a revision in the architecture. 4 Architecture Architecture is the structural plan that allows you to accommodate the design intent; the requirements then attach to or ‘‘hang from’’ this structure. Architecture defines both form and function. Some of the potential structures and structural trade-offs that you might consider are distributed vs. Development Processes 13 central design, modular vs. custom design, loose vs. tight coupling, types of processing, testability, manufacturability, and the human interface ([2], Chapter 15).

This means that I need not present all possibilities for the architecture of a system—other books do a better job at that. My goal is to provide a basis for comparing designs in different markets. Hopefully that basis will have a fairly consistent format that can serve as a guideline—or even a checklist—when you develop a new product. Another goal, albeit a ‘‘stretch goal,’’ is to foment change and improvement by encouraging you to see some of the interrelationships between various disciplines.

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