This book presents a comprehensive compilation of practical systems engineering models. The application and recognition of systems engineering is spreading rapidly, however there is no book that addresses the availability and usability of systems engineering models. Notable among the models to be included are the V-Model, DEJI Model, and Waterfall Model. There are other models developed for specific organizational needs, which will be identified and presented in a practical template so that other organizations can learn and use them. A better understanding of the models, through a comprehensive book, will make these models more visible, embraced, and applied across the spectrum.
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- Covers applications to both small and large problems
- Displays decomposition of complex problems into smaller manageable chunks
- Discusses direct considerations of the pertinent constraints that exist in the problem domain
- Presents systematic linking of inputs to goals and outputs
Table of Contents
Systems Introduction. Model-Based Systems Engineering. Human Factors in Systems Modeling. Human Factors in Systems Modeling. Ergonomics in Systems Design and Modeling. Systems Theory for Systems Modeling. Systems-of-Systems Engineering Management for Systems Modeling. Waterfall Model, V-Model, Spiral Model, and Other SE Models. The DEJI Model of Systems Engineering. Vehicle Systems Modeling. Systems Modeling for Product Design. Dynamic Fuzzy Systems Modeling.
Adedeji Badiru is a Professor of Systems Engineering at the Graduate School of Engineering and Management at the Air Force Institute of Technology. He is a registered professional engineer (PE), a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, and a Fellow of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering. His areas of interest include mathematical modeling, project modeling, economic analysis, and productivity analysis and improvement. He has been recognized with numerous awards for his teaching, research, service, publications, and managerial accomplishments.