PD IEC TR 62559-1:2019 Use case methodology. Concept and processes in standardization

PD IEC TR 62559-1:2019

Use case methodology. Concept and processes in standardization

Status : Current   Published : April 2019



What is this standard about?

This part of IEC 62559, which is a Technical Report, is the basis for a common use case repository, used to gather use cases within IEC on a common collaborative platform. The repository is used to organize and harmonize use cases in order to provide broadly accepted generic use cases as basis for the further standardization work.

This document gives an overview about the individual parts of the IEC 62559 series, provides the background/basics for the use case approach defined therein (like terms or use case types), and introduces processes for collaborative use case collection within IEC.

Operational documents like user manuals for software tools like the use case repository are not described in detail as they will be available online and might as well be frequently updated.

Standard NumberPD IEC TR 62559-1:2019
TitleUse case methodology. Concept and processes in standardization
Publication Date01 April 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC PAS 62559:2008, IEC 62559-2:2015, ISO/IEC Directives Part 1 + IEC Supplement
International RelationshipsIEC TR 62559-1:2019
Draft Superseded By17/30321859 DC
DescriptorsComputer programs, Control systems, Electric power systems, Standardization, Methodology
Title in FrenchMéthodologie des cas d'utilisation Concept et processus de normalisation
ISBN978 0 580 89912 6
File Size2.404 MB

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