Systems Engineering Principles and Practice

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Wiley, Dec 2, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 488 pages
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This classroom-tested approach is based on a successful course at Johns Hopkins University, originally developed to serve the needs of Westinghouse Co.
* Provides an excellent entry-level approach to understanding how to minimize complexity and maximize efficiency in industry and business.
* Each chapter will be accompanied by a set of problems to aid understanding.

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User Review  - Mark Bates - Goodreads

Good overview of what systems engineering is all about. Enjoyed the read...kind of dry though. Read full review

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The best introduction to the subject that I encountered over my 35 years in the trade. Read full review

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ALEXANDER KOSSIAKOFF is a former director and current Chief Scientist of Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and Program Chair of the MS program in Systems Engineering and Technical Management at GWC Whiting School of Engineering.
WILLIAM N. SWEET, now retired, was Associate Department Head of the Fleet Systems Department at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.

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