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Systems Engineering for Intelligent Transportation Systems

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List of Tables

Table 1: Technical Documentation in the "V" Systems Engineering Process
Table 2: MaineDOT DMS Project Functional Requirements (Partial List)
Table 3: Comparison of Alternatives – Supported Traffic Volumes for 2025
Table 4: Example of Alternatives Benefit Estimation
Table 5: Roles and Responsibilities (Excerpt from CATMS Concept of Operations)
Table 6: The "Five Whys" Technique in Action
Table 7: Validating Quality Attributes of Good Requirements
Table 8: ODOT TripCheck User Requirements (Excerpt)
Table 9: CHART II System Requirements (Excerpt)
Table 10: Sample Traceability Matrix
Table 11: CHART II Software Subsystems (Excerpt)
Table 12: Detailed Software Design Example: ODOT TripCheck Software Class Definition
Table 13: Verification Procedure Example: ODOT TripCheck Functional Test Plan (Excerpt)
Table 14: CHART II Integration Test Plan (Excerpt)
Table 15: ODOT TripCheck 2.0 System Test Results (Excerpt)
Table 16: ORANGES Evaluation Goals and Performance Measures
Table 17: Metro Transit AVL System Upgrade
Table 18: Example Performance Measures
Table 19: Risk Prioritization Matrix
Table 20: Procurement Approaches for ITS Projects
Table 21: Development Strategy Comparison
Table 22: Development Strategy Opportunities and Risks
Table 23: Tailoring the Process Based on Project Risk
Table 24: Systems Engineering Application Examples