Human Centric Architecture Framework – Human Views in DNDAF - Interim Report

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Authors
  1. Coates, C.
  2. Stewart, A.
  3. Perlin, M.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Esterline-CMC Electronic, Ottawa, ON (CAN)
Abstract
As a result of information technology and acquisition reform within Allied defence communities architectural approaches have emerged and are evolving as a structure for the development of a systems architecture or enterprise architecture. While international architecture frameworks evolve to include new concepts in System Engineering, the portrayal of the human as a unique part of the system has not been addressed. A Human View is required to explicitly represent the human and to document the unique implications humans bring to and impose on the system design. To that end, the idea of Human Views, which leverages Human System Integration principles, has emerged. The purpose of the Human View is to capture the human requirements and to cater to and inform on how the human interacts with the system. This report defines the Human Views that are applicable to the Department of National Defence / Canadian Forces Architecture Framework (DNDAF).

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Keywords
DNDAF;Human Views;Architecture Framework
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2012-048 — Contract Report
Date of publication
01 Jun 2012
Number of Pages
77
DSTKIM No
CA038980
CANDIS No
539169
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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