systems engineering

Global Hawk Systems Engineering Case Study

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Other Transactions Authority (OTA). The HAE program had been classified as a Pilot Acquisition Program under Public Law 101-189, Section 2371, Title 10, United States Code (USC), and under Section 845 of the 1994 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) (Public Law 103-160). ... read more

Global Hawk Systems Engineering Case Study

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Other Transactions Authority (OTA). The HAE program had been classified as a Pilot Acquisition Program under Public Law 101-189, Section 2371, Title 10, United States Code (USC), and under Section 845 of the 1994 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) (Public Law 103-160). ... read more

Hubble Space Telescope Systems Engineering Case Study

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The systems engineering case studies will assist in discussion of both successful and unsuccessful methodologies, processes, principles, tools, and decision material to assess the outcome of alternatives at the program/system level. In addition, the importance of using skills from multiple professions and engineering disciplines and collecting, assessing, and integrating varied functional data will be emphasized. When they are taken together, the student is provided real-world, detailed examples of how the process attempts to balance cost, schedule and performance. ... read more

International Space Station Systems Engineering Case Study

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The International Space Station (ISS) traces its heritage back to early plans for the United States Manned Orbiting Laboratory (MOL) program to the US Skylab, the Shuttle’s Space Lab and then through the multiple Soviet space stations culminating in the Mir. With the successful development and launch of the Space Shuttle, the United States was ready to take on a much larger space station concept. In the fall of 1985, NASA put together a plan for a dual-keel design with multiple US, European and Japanese research modules along with Canada’s planned Mobile Servicing System. ... read more

Global Positioning System, System Engineering Case Study

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The systems engineering process changes as the program progresses from one phase to the next, as do tools and procedures. The process also changes over the decades, maturing, growing, and evolving from the base established during the conduct of past programs. Systems engineering has a long history. Examples can be found demonstrating application of effective engineering and engineering management, as well as poorly applied, but well-defined processes. ... read more

DAU Role in Transformation of DOD

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• DAU South Region Campus expanded to over 35,000 sq ft
• Adjacent to Redstone Arsenal, MDA, SMDC and Marshall Space Flight
Center
• 65 Faculty and Staff
•eLearning Resource Center, fitness center, class rooms, all purpose room,
conferencing and break out rooms.
• Satellite Campus at Eglin AFB, FL

Systems Engineering Guideline Development Overview

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•Failure Review Boards have consistently pointed to lack of SE
−Space Shuttle Columbia Accident
•“Organizational causes of this accident …cultural traits …detrimental to safety …allowed to develop including: …reliance on past success as a substitute for sound engineering practices …”-CAIB, Executive

Summary
−Mars Climate orbiter (MCO)
•“…., the root cause was not caught by the processes in place in the MCO project …”-MCO Mission failure Investigation Board
−Other Recent NASA Projects: ... read more

C-5A GALAXY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CASE STUDY

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The systems engineering process was essential to the development of the C-5. The case study will describe the application of systems engineering from the initial phase of development and documentation of the system requirements, through the proposal phase, and during the design and development, testing, and production. The study will detail the success of the systems engineering process to show an appreciation of the process used then and permit comparison as a benchmark against today’s processes. ... read more

PLENARY MEETING RESOLUTIONS ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC7 SOFTWARE and SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

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William Bearden as the editor of ISO/IEC 29148
• Teresa Doran (IEEE CS) as the editor of ISO/IEC26702:
• Hironori Washizaki, (Japan)- Co-editor and Kevin Forsberg (INCOSE) – editor
for “Systems Engineering Handbook”, under SC7 New Work Item Proposal
N4258
• Mr.Jorgen Boegh (Denmark) as co-editor of ISO/IEC 25040: Software
engineering - Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation -
Evaluation reference model and guide
• Mr. Shigenobu KATOH (JPN) - project editor, Mr. Andy COSTER (UK) - Coeditor
and Ms. Lenka GONDOVA (SK) - Co-editor for the project TR90003 ... read more

Systems Engineering Advancement Research Initiative

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Engineering Systems

As the operational environment of engineering systems
has become increasingly characterized by disturbances
which asymmetrically degrade performance, so too has
the need for system engineering methodologies that
assure system success in the presence of hostile
environments. Fulfillment of this need is further
complicated by the emergence of networked systems
that, while often geographically distributed, are
interdependent and often exhibit nonlinear failure
modes. Examples of impulse events triggering
catastrophic losses include the tragic events and ... read more

Systems Engineering

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This is essentially the same result as that of the USAF Accelerated Acquisition Approach of the late 1970s. The ability of acquirers to define and derive “good” requirements is essentially eliminated in “capabilities-based” systems. ... read more

Systems engineering

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Conversely, traditional systems
engineers use deductive reasoning
and analytical tools derived from hard
science and mathematics to analyze and trade
options to develop system concepts. Now, however,
increasingly complex systems are presenting
more options than can be realistically analyzed
and traded.

So, as system complexity increases, the systems
architect becomes more important. Systems
engineers and others who develop today’s
system architectures must study architecture
processes and heuristics and develop their inductive
reasoning ability in recognition of the ... read more

SEDSIG SE Prototype Team - OMG Workshop, Orlando FL

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Systems Engineering (SE) UML Requirements - DRAFT

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(Extracted from Draft SE UML Requirements Analysis V0.4)
Note: This document is preliminary, and will further evolve
as additional information is available.
REDLINES INCLUDED FROM SE DSIG REVIEW ON Nov 20 – 21, 2002
Updates will be incorporated into next revision

This document defines draft requirements for
a UML Profile for Systems Engineering,
which will be reviewed, refined, and incorporated into
an RFP for a UML Profile for SE

Referenced standards and/or methodologies

UML™ Profile for Systems Engineering, Request For Proposal, Draft (January 20, 2003)

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Object Management Group

UML™ Profile for Systems Engineering,
Request For Proposal
Draft (January 20, 2003)
OMG Document: syseng/2003-01-02

Referenced standards and/or methodologies

SE UML definitions ReviewB

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SE Evaluation Definitions Rev0.2

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SE DSIG STATUS (Jan 21, 2003)

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SE Concept Model Comparison

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