Systems engineering and analysis
"This book is about systems. It concentrates on the engineering of human-made systems and on systems analysis. In the first case, emphasis is on the process of bringing systems into being, beginning with the identification of a need and extending through requirements determination, functional analysis and allocation, design synthesis and evaluation, validation, operation and support, and disposal. In the second case, focus is on the improvement of systems already in being. By employing the iterative process of analysis, evaluation, modification, and feedback most systems now in existence can be improved in their effectiveness, product quality, affordability, and stakeholder satisfaction."--BOOK JACKET.
79 pages matching considered in this book
Results 1-3 of 79
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Bringing Systems into Being
Models in Systems Analysis
Economic Analysis Techniques
21 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accomplished activities allocation alternative application areas assembly assumed breakdown structure characteristics components configuration considered control chart corrective maintenance decision defined design review determine distribution effectiveness elements Englewood Cliffs Equation equivalent annual cost estimated example exponential distribution facilities Factor Factor Factor failure rate feasible function given identified illustrated in Figure initial inventory life-cycle cost logistic support Logistics Engineering maintainability maintenance actions maintenance concept mean ment Monte Carlo analysis MTBF MTBM normal distribution number of units operator and maintenance optimal output parameters performance personnel Poisson distribution population Prentice-Hall preventive maintenance probability probability distribution problem procurement quantity random variable reliability repair sample spares specific subsystem supplier support equipment system design system life cycle system operation system/product systems engineering systems engineering process Table test and evaluation test and support total system cost Type I error variable