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Systems Engineering in Context What does it mean to me?

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Keywords systems engineering in context SE SE in Context system requirements
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• Dr. Simon Ramo Systems approach is, “…a reasoned and integrated, rather than a fragmentary, look at problems.” [The Systems Approach, 1998] • Define the Problem • Know the Requirements • Don’t jump to point solutions - look at alternatives • Test to ensure solution meets the requirements

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2003-10-27
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Customer Needs = System Requirements
• Design Engineers translate system requirements into design solutions
• Systems Engineering ensures Design Engineers working to the right system requirements

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Ralph S. Hill III
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