Designing Systems

  • Norman Bonnett
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Abstract

The topics of design, documentation and the use of manufacturer’s literature have featured many times. Nowhere are they more important than when tackling a system design. In any system the individual parts are inter-related and so a failure in one part can well cause a failure of the whole system. It follows from this that there is no part of a system that is either more or less important than any other part. This is not to say that some parts are not more difficult or more time consuming to design than others, but simply that no part of the system should be treated as “unimportant”. There are no unimportant components in a system.

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© N. D. Bonnett 1992

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