B.5 CHAPTER 3: SYSTEM VVT
This chapter shall describe the specific VVT strategy adopted for the project and the resulting VVT activity planning, events and scenarios emanating from the selected VVT strategy. Finally, the VVT limitations shall be discussed.
B.5.1 VVT Strategy
This section shall describe the specific VVT strategy adopted for the project. In general, the set of VVT activities may be divided into the following three categories:
1. Preparing VVT products
2. Applying VVT to engineering products
3. Participating/conducting reviews
Appropriate VVT activities shall be performed during typical system lifecycle phases (see Figure B.3).
Table B.3 could be considered as a CVM activity example for the VVT planners. It presents a generic (maximal) set of VVT activities, as described in this book (i.e., ID matching, Chapters 2 and 3). The VVT planner should identify a more specific set of VVT activities and then determine which VVT activities should be performed and at what performance level (0.0–1.0) they need to be performed.
|ID||VVT Activity||Performance Level|
|2.2.1||Generate Requirement Verification Matrix (RVM)|
|2.2.2||Generate VVT Management Plan (VVT-MP)|
|2.2.3||Assess Request For Proposal (RFP) document|
|2.2.4||Assess System Requirement Specification (SysRS)|