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1 Human Factors Integration for MODAF: Needs and Solution Approaches Anne Bruseberg Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd, UK (HFI DTC) Gavan Lintern General Dynamics, US INCOSE 2007 Symposium, San Diego, 27 June 2007

2 What is MODAF?

3 MoD Architectural Framework –Based on DoDAF (US) –Approach for the design of complex systems (NEC) –Enables Interoperability –Models Enterprises

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5 Coping with complexity Models future systems –Aids requirements specification –Produces interlinked conceptual models –Provides overview –Provides operational focus Uses –Abstraction / Decomposition / Categorisation –Separation of issues into Views –Standardised representations: Structure/UML Supports collaboration between different disciplines –Provide common reference –Aids design management and trace MODAF

6 MODAF: 6 Viewpoints, 38 Views

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8 What is HFI?

9 HFI domains Human Factors Engineering System Safety Manpower Training Personnel Health Hazards HFI Organisational & Social

10 HFI Functions HFI creates value through: –Raising potential issues and preventing risks –Establishing validated insight –Providing methods, processes, data, standards, expertise –Enabling user involvement –Undertaking a design mediation and communication role

11 HFI Value Chain

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14 HFI support for MODAF

15 Why and How Why integrate HFI with MODAF? –SE needs HFI Enable socio-technical systems design Need to specify people-related design decision areas –Explicitly; Correctly; Early –MODAF (version 1.0) has shortfalls in that –HFI needs SE MODAF is now mandated Coping with design of complex systems Opportunity for early involvement How? – Human Views (HVs): Model human-related elements of Enterprises Ensures common modelling approach Helps HFI to relate to SE concepts/methods

16 MODAF (version 1.0) shortfalls HFI trends and standards are not captured. Human performance metrics, targets, and limitations are not specified. Human role/job/organisational design is insufficiently captured. Allocation of function decisions/ information requirements specifications may be technology-lead. Team activity and team requirements are insufficiently captured.

17 OV-5: Operational Activity Model

18 SV-4: (Systems) Functionality Description

19 SV-4 may assign functions to roles

20 HVs between OV and SV level

21 HV Comparison

22 The Human View Handbook

23 Provides ‘meta-model’ for each HV (example: HV-E)

24 Includes illustrations (example: HV-F)

25 Building up examples to support HVs (HV-C)

26 Questions?


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