Systems Engineering and Analysis
This practical introduction to Systems Engineering provides systems engineers and analysts with the concepts, methodologies, models and tools needed to understand and implement the systems approach. It views systems from a top-down, integrated, life-cycle perspective, evolving in coverage from the identification of a consumer need to design and development, production/construction, distribution, system utilization and support, retirement, and material recycling and/or disposal.
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The System Design Process
PRELIMINARY SYSTEM DESIGN
DETAIL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
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