Effective Model-Based Systems Engineering

John M. Borky, Thomas H. Bradley

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The thesis of this book is that there exists a fundamentally better approach to dealing with complex, multi-technology, and information-intensive systems. The approach is based on the concept of using system architecture as a rigorous, objective, quantitative, and measurable discipline for defining, analyzing, and building systems that employ advanced technologies. The current state-of-the-practice in SE is a strategy called Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) that is predicated on this principle.

In this book we describe a methodology called the Model-Based System Architecture Process (MBSAP), which is a specific implementation of the principles of MBSE. Our emphasis is on the practical aspects of translating user needs into operationally effective, affordable, and supportable systems, rather than on formal architecture theory, which is well covered in a number of existing texts, referenced in the Bibliography. With this in mind, throughout the book we illustrate the principles and products of MBSAP with detailed system architecture examples. For one of these, we provide an extensive appendix showing a more complete architecture description than is possible in the main body of the text, intending this as a template for new architecture developments.

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ENGINEERING
 

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Effective Model-Based Systems Engineering
978-3-319-95669-5
788p.: pdf file. ; 13 MB
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John M. Borky, Thomas H. Bradley
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Springer
Switzerland
2019

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