Introduction to Systems Engineering Using Models

A talk by Dr. Jerry Sellers Ph.D.
Partner/CFO, Teaching Science & Technology Inc.

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This 2-hr tutorial provides a great of systems engineering and how we go about modeling various aspects of it. The tutorial begins with a broad review of systems engineers with focus on how we translate customer needs to capabilities. A variant of the classic “V” model is used to describe the the key processes of design, management and realization of systems. From this foundation, the course turns to understanding how we develop and model key architectures that define the system: Operational, Requirements, Functional, Physical, Interface and Verification & Validation. The tutorial makes extensive use of MBSE examples to illustrate how diagrams can be used to capture, connect and communicate key systems engineering artifacts.

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