ISO/IEC TR 19760
Systems engineering A guide for the application of ISO/IEC 15288 (System life cycle processes)
|Publication Date:||15 November 2003|
|ICS Code (Software):||35.080|
This Technical Report provides guidance for the application of ISO/IEC 15288 Systems engineering - System life cycle processes (referred to as the International Standard) to systems and projects of various size and type. This Technical Report can be used as a companion document to the International Standard.
This Technical Report elaborates on factors that should be considered when applying the International Standard. It does this in the context of the various illustrative ways in which the International Standard may be applied. Also, lists within this Technical Report are not meant to be exhaustive but to provide the user with examples to consider.
The guidance contained in this Technical Report may be tailored as appropriate to the system and project using guidance in Annex A of the International Standard and 4.4 of this Technical Report.
This Technical Report is intended to provide appropriate links to other ISO documents for supporting application of the International Standard and to aid in assessing the effectiveness of the application of the International Standard.
Not all areas of the International Standard are meant to have equal treatment in this Technical Report. More specific information is provided where providing such information will help in the application of the International Standard. This Technical Report is not meant to provide how-to guidance for each area of the International Standard.
This Technical Report is applicable to audiences such as identified below:
a) those who apply the International Standard;
b) those who use the International Standard for a specific system;
c) those who prepare organizational and specific domain standards based on the International Standard.
The list below provides prerequisites for users of this Technical Report:
a) availability of ISO/IEC 15288;
b) familiarity with ISO/IEC 15288;
c) familiarity with relevant organizational and project policies;
d) general knowledge of project management, systems engineering and system life cycle models.