Model-Based Systems Engineering explains the fundamental theories behind model-based systems and the considerations involved in applying theory to the design of real systems. The book begins by presenting terms used in systems engineering and introducing the discrete system and its components. The remainder of the text explains topics such as the mathematical theory of system coupling, the homomorphic relationship between systems, the concept of system mode, the mathematical structure of T3SD system requirements, and the implications of that structure for T3SD system design. Appendices include a short bibliography, detailed definitions of all examples discussed in the text, a list of all notations used, and an index.
Model-Based Systems Engineering is an excellent text for engineering students, and an invaluable reference for engineers and scientists.
Systems Engineering. Systems. System Coupling. System Modes. System Homomorphisms. Input/Output Requirements. Technology Requirements. Performance, Cost and Tradeoff Requirements. System Test Requirements.