MBSE and SysML

Model based systems engineering (MBSE) extends traditional systems engineering methods in order to efficiently create systems that are agile in the face of dynamically changing environmental conditions and requirements. MBSE is a collection of processes, methods and tools that enable capability-based system design and development. In MBSE, the activities supporting the system engineering process are accomplished iteratively through development of increasingly detailed models. These models are utilized as operational prototypes to support the search for alternatives, design refinement and validation, system integration and verification, and system operation.

Trade-off studies

radeoff studies are broadly recognized and mandated as the method for simultaneously considering multiple alternatives with many criteria, and as such are recommended in the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Decision Analysis and Resolution (DAR) process. Tradeoff studies can be studied extensively through mathematics, or, in contrast, by value engineering.

Reliability Analysis

Reliability analysis in systems engineering involves the utilization of many engineering techniques to predict and quantify the probability that the system or components will perform its intended function during a specified period of time under stated conditions. Reliability-based design encompasses processes, tools and practices for designing reliability into systems or products.

SoS Risk Analysis

Risk management is recognized by industry as the best way to consistently quantify risks, as part of a repeatable and quantifiable risk management process. However, risk management involves human subjective: numerical judgment, calibration, rounding, censoring, and data updating. Thus, risk management is often approached with under confidence and distrusted by decision makers.

Application of SOA to SOS

Education Research

Energy Systems

Complex Systems

Healthcare Systems

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