Relativized Systemic & applications


Relativized System Engineering (RSE) overview

RSE core feature

RSE implements fundamentally the same constructive approach either to describe – to conceptualize and qualify the physical support constitutive of some new knowledge -, or to create - to devise the material support of a new Product meeting expectations.

RSE relies on a quite fundamental MRC concept we sum up as follows:

Any physical entity is a built concept out of the stability (observed or wanted) of qualifications relative to a starting ground, a generative-qualification process and a qualification grid, defining altogether a “description cell” - a conceptual and physical evolving context such as it can be intersubjectively conceptualized out of public knowledge, wherein the entity to be described emerge as a causality node inferred from the stability of observed marks in similar circumstances. Introduction à ISR

RSE conceptually implements RS inherited features and features of its own. Beyond the conceptual aspect, its development has also included:

For more information on RSE achievements, see the “Our achievements” tab.

RS inherited features

RSE specific features

Assessing complexity

Let’s stress this RS inherited feature and its role within a System Engineering perspective.

A complexity measure may be assessed for any physical entity which materializes for example some physical integration of material components of an end Product.

Assessing a physical entity complexity is a way of evaluating how much interdependent are its different qualifications, as deemed sufficient and necessary. Its computation is therefore relative to a finite set of views, all or part of the views adopted to qualify this physical entity.

Such a complexity is genetically linked to the specific physical entropy of each one of the involved points of views.

The assessment of a complexity level relative to different roles may be computed out of models which formalize either the specification of a to-be-existing entity or the description of a physically preexisting entity.

Such an evaluation may constitute a decision-making aid at design time (keeping under control the design process, safety, …) as well as it makes it possible to pin-point key factors when describing a given situation relatively to intricated stakes.

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