6.4.5

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6.4.5
Title : System Integration Process
Process group : 6.4
Lower-level process of : none
Replaced by process : none
Specialization of : none
Conforming instance of : none

Purpose : The purpose of the System Integration Process is to integrate the system elements (including software items, hardware items, manual operations, and other systems, as necessary) to produce a complete system that will satisfy the system design and the customers’ expectations expressed in the system requirements.

Activities : 6.4.5.3.1 et 6.4.5.3.2

List of outcomes : As a result of successful implementation of the System Integration Process:
a) a strategy is developed to integrate the system according to the priorities of the system requirements;
b) criteria are developed to verify compliance with the system requirements allocated to the system elements, including the interfaces between system elements;
c) the system integration is verified using the defined criteria;
d) a regression strategy is developed and applied for re-testing the system when changes are made;
e) consistency and traceability are established between the system design and the integrated system elements;
f) an integrated system is constructed that demonstrates compliance with the system design; and
g) an integrated system is constructed that demonstrates that a complete set of usable deliverable system elements exists.

NOTE The System Integration Process in this International Standard is a specialization of the Integration Process of ISO/IEC 15288. Users may consider claiming conformance to the 15288 process rather than the process in this standard.

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