440 pages | 90 B/W Illus.
This book will change the way you think about problems. This book discusses systems engineering as a problem-solving approach for tackling complex problems. It focuses on creating solutions to complex problems by taking a problem-solving approach. It discusses systems engineering as a practical approach for tackling all sorts of problems, not only discussing what needs to be done, but also provides guidance and examples of how to do it. The book applies systems thinking to systems engineering and introduces several innovative concepts such as direct and indirect stakeholders and the Nine-System Model which provides the context for the activities performed in the project and provides a framework for successful stake holder management.
1. Introduction 2. Perceptions of Systems Engineering 3. Systems Engineering and Problem Solving 4. Characteristics of Successful Systems Engineers 5. An Introduction to Systems 6. The Nine Systems Model 7. The System Lifecycle 8. The Needs Identification State of the SDP 9. The Requirements State of the SDP: 1 Requirements 10. The Requirements State of the SDP: 2 Realization Planning 11. The System and Subsystem Design States 12. The Subsystem Realization States 13. The System Integration and System Test States of the SDP 14. The Operations and Maintenance (O&M) States of the SDP 15. The Disposal State of the SDP 16. Model Based Systems Engineering 17. Improving the Probability of Training Successful Systems Engineers