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Relativized Systemic & applications

RSE

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.

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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