It is vital to be able to automatically or manually allocate functions and signals to resources and carriers using rules-driven logic, incorporating constraints. This has been coupled with the ability to optimize function allocations to balance resource utilization, cost, and mass across the entire platform and have the ability to perform fast 'trade studies' to analyze allocations and rapidly re-assess the resource balance resulting from each change. All of this platform content can be verified using customizable design rule checks.
Engineers need to capture and consolidate function characteristics and connectivity, so they can develop optimized implementations within platforms. Software, hardware, networks, and electrical functions can be managed together in a lightweight environment that allows these disciplines to collaborate easily.
It is important to be able to generate implementation details to feed downstream processes designing electrical hardware, software, networks, and Electrical Distribution System (EDS). Engineers also need to extract logical and physical content, which is synthesized as correct-by-construction from the platform designs, controlled by corporate defined rules and constraints.
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