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Systems Engineering Models : Theory, Methods, and Applications.
 9781351266512, 1351266519

Table of contents :
Cover
Half Title
Series Page
Title Page
Copyright Page
Dedication
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Author
Chapter 1 Systems introduction
Introduction
INCOSE Systems Engineering Competency Framework
Awareness proficiency
Supervised practitioner proficiency
Practitioner
Lead practitioner
Expert
Systems attributes, factors, and indicators
The scope of systems engineering
Systems definitions and attributes
Systems constraints
Systems value modeling
References
Chapter 2 Model-based systems engineering
Introduction
What is a model?
Elements of MBSE Process improvement in model-based systemsBusiness process reengineering
Lean
Six Sigma
Selecting a methodology
References
Chapter 3 Human Factors in systems modeling
Introduction
Elements of Human Factors
Cognition
Behavior
Performance
Reliability
The benefits of Human Factors
A Human Factors conceptual model
Long-term memory
Types of long-term memory
Implications for design
Case: power-plant control
Working memory
Implications for design
Case: cockpit checklists
Sensation
Implications for design
Case: industrial dashboards
Perception
Implications for design Case: in-vehicle navigation systemsAttention and mental workload
Implications for design
Case: warnings
Situation awareness
Implications for design
Case: air-traffic systems
Decision-making
Diagnosis
Choice
Decision-making heuristics
Implications for design
Case: accident investigation
Cognitive consequences of design
Learning
Implications for design
Error
Implications for design
Summary
References
Chapter 4 Ergonomics in systems design and modeling
Introduction
The design process
Design purposes and outcomes
Life cycle
Structures, processes, and outcomes
Prediction The 6Us and 2MsA case study in design --
the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway
Qualitative and quantitative design tools
Concurrent engineering
Communication in the design process
Conclusions
References
Chapter 5 Systems theory for systems modeling
Introduction
Individual fields of science
Systems theory
Introduction to theory
Systems propositions
Axioms of systems theory
Construct for systems theory
Multidisciplinary implications of systems theory
Conclusion
References
Chapter 6 System-of-systems engineering management for systems modeling
Introduction State of knowledge and practiceA. Systems engineering (SE)
B. System of Systems Engineering (SoSE)
C. Analysis of literature review
System of Systems Engineering (SOSE) Management
A. SoS characteristics
B. Network management
Case study of the Integrated Deepwater System (IDS)
A. Part A: current IDS status
B. Part B: feedback
C. Part C: conceptual areas
D. Part D: distinguishing characteristics and opposing forces
Conclusion
References
Chapter 7 Waterfall model, V-model, spiral model, and other SE models
Introduction
The waterfall model
The V-model
Spiral model

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