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Please note that these initial choices for the onboard systems lay the groundwork for the next activities of systems development during the successive design phases, as shown in Figure 5. It is quite obvious that the capability of preliminary defining onboard systems already during the conceptual design phase implies more accurate and detailed results of the conceptual design itself. The initial definition of the onboard systems allows in fact achieving a more precise and reliable estimation of the whole system characteristics (like, for instance, the system empty weight, given by the sum of the onboard systems weights) and make the start of the successive preliminary design activities easier.
Design case: Earth-observing satellite for natural disaster and land-use monitoring Earth-observation satellites can observe areas over a wide range rather quickly. It is expected that their observation data combined with information obtained by aircraft and helicopters will be useful for a regular disaster condition assessment. This would make rescue 44 6 Systems Engineering – Practice and Theory Will-be-set-by-IN-TECH operations more effective, would allow for extracting topographical information reﬂecting latest land-usage changes, and identifying disaster risks.
A sample is a set of points in the design region (a k − dimensional hyperspace) whose coordinates are the values of the design variables taken from their variability ranges, ( x1 , x2 , · · · , xk ), in their marginal (for independent inputs) or joint (for correlated/coupled inputs) distribution, see the black dots in Fig. 1. The simplest, and possibly most straightforward approach to sampling is to generate a sequence of random points in the design region, as shown in Figure 4(a). The Latin Hypercube Sampling (LHS),developed by McKay, McKay et al.