CS4608 - Cross cutting System engineering 1

CS4608 - Cross cutting System engineering 1

Objectifs

Objectif général :

The objective of this module is to provide students with basic knowledge and practice about three major cross cutting methods : model based system engineering (MBSE) , Agile System Engineering and safety analysis model (MBSA)

Modeling will address the development processes of system (MBSE) and the safety analysis processes (MBSA)
For agile system engineering, the aims will be to :
explain objectives, organization and working of any Agile methods
put in place an agile organization in a real software development project



Objectifs détaillés :

At the end of this module students :
- will be able to list and characterise cross-cutting system engineering methods

- will be able to describe, characterise and justify MBSE
- will be able to put in practice MBSE on a concrete system development

- will be able to describe and characterise basic MBSA : FHA, SSA, PSSA
- will be able to apply these methods on a concrete system

- will be able to describe precisely what is agile method and its objectives
- will be able to explain the scrum method:
- Organisation of the scrum method
- Cutting in sprints
- Functions and roles of each agile team member
- Objectives of each scheduled meeting
- Objectives of the backlog
- Use of a tool to manage the method

- will be able to implement the scrum method in a real develoment project :
- Rotation definition
- Definition of the first sprint
- Implementation of “daily scrum”
- Demo/retrospective implementation
- Start of the following sprints

Volume horaire (h)

  • Cours magistraux : 31
  • Travaux pratiques : 4
Ce cours fait partie de la formation

En bref

Crédits ECTS : Cf UE

Nombre d'heures 35

Langue d'enseignement
Anglais

Contact(s)

Jean-François VERON

Email : jean-francois.veron @ enac.fr

Daniel PRUN

Tél : +33 5 62 17 45 73

Email : daniel.prun @ enac.fr

Nathalie CORBOVIANU

Tél : +33 5 62 17 41 94

Email : nathalie.corbovianu @ enac.fr