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23.6 Summary

  • The architecture context diagram establishes the boundary between the system and its environment.
  • The architecture flow diagram and architecture interconnect diagram are created by mapping the enhanced requirements model into modules and information channels.
  • The modules and channels must be consistent with each other and with the processes and flows from the requirements model.
  • The architecture module specification must document the allocation of PSPECs and CSPECs, and the architecture dictionary must document the allocation of data and control flows.
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