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International Council on Systems Engineering Introduction…. . Director Susan Jones, INCOSE Region V for International Council on Systems Engineering Introduction…. . Director Susan Jones, INCOSE Region V for Industry Affairs The Aerospace Corporation Chantilly, VA USA susan. e. [email protected] org

Outline Overview Ken Kepchar Region V Director Technical Committees and John Snodderly Working Groups Outline Overview Ken Kepchar Region V Director Technical Committees and John Snodderly Working Groups President Elect Past Technical Board Chair Education and Research TC Technical Committee Chair Chesapeake Chapter President Dennis Buede Jerry Woodall Washington Metro Area Chapter Bruce Shelton Chapter President Southern Maryland Chapter President Karl Geist Chapter

Our Past Started in 1990 by 35 US leaders as National Council on Systems Our Past Started in 1990 by 35 US leaders as National Council on Systems Engineering (NCOSE) First Annual Symposium held in 1991 Most early members from defense/aerospace Most early activity focused on sharing within the organization Became International (INCOSE) in 1996

Our Present INCOSE is an international authoritative body promoting the application of an interdisciplinary Our Present INCOSE is an international authoritative body promoting the application of an interdisciplinary systems approach to enable the realization of successful systems

Our Present Steady growth in membership with increasing diversity Non-US participation and leadership has Our Present Steady growth in membership with increasing diversity Non-US participation and leadership has increased significantly Key participant in industry standards and models Increasing collaboration between university, industry, and government Affiliations/interactions with other professionals bodies and industry societies to produce shared outcomes

INCOSE Goals Provide a focal point for dissemination of knowledge Promote collaboration in systems INCOSE Goals Provide a focal point for dissemination of knowledge Promote collaboration in systems engineering education and research Establish professional standards for integrity in the practice of systems engineering Improve professional status of all people engaged in the of practice of systems engineering Encourage support from government and industry for research and educational programs 6

INCOSE Regions I IV III VI 7 INCOSE Regions I IV III VI 7

INCOSE Governance Structure Board of Directors Executive Committee (officers) Corporate Advisory Board Technical Committees INCOSE Governance Structure Board of Directors Executive Committee (officers) Corporate Advisory Board Technical Committees (7) Working Groups/ Interest Groups (30+) Systems Engineering Center of Excellence Administrative Committees (5) Chapters, Communications, Membership, Symposium, Ways & Means Central Office 8

Corporate Advisory Board Consists of one representative from each corporate sponsor (37 and growing) Corporate Advisory Board Consists of one representative from each corporate sponsor (37 and growing) Provides recommendations to INCOSE on overall direction, focus, and priorities Acts as a conduit between INCOSE and sponsoring corporations for resolving key issues Seeks to influence the future of systems engineering standards, practices, education, research and other key issues NASA joined as a CAB Member in 1999 9

CAB Members F F F F F Aerojet The Aerospace Corporation Astrium Gmb. H CAB Members F F F F F Aerojet The Aerospace Corporation Astrium Gmb. H BAE Systems The Boeing Company Boeing Satellite Systems Boeing - Military Aircraft & Missiles Systems C. S. Draper Laboratory The Defence Evaluation and Research Agency Delphi Automotive Systems EADS Military Aircraft Division Department of Energy - Idaho General Dynamics Corporation Honeywell International Israel Aircraft Industries Jet Propulsion Laboratory Litton/PRC Litton/TASC Lockheed Martin Corporation The MITRE Corporation F F F F F Motorola National Aeronautics and Space Administration Naval Air Systems Command Naval Surface Warfare Center - Dahlgren Division Northrop Grumman Corporation Raytheon Systems Company/Texas Rockwell Collins Avionics & Communications Science Application International Corporation Structural Dynamics Research Corporation Software Productivity Consortium TRW Systems & Information Technology Group Telelogic AB Thomson-CSF Racal PLC United Technologies Vitech Corporation Xerox Corporation

INCOSE Membership Benefits INCOSE Journal INSIGHT Symposia, Workshops, Conferences Membership discounts Early visibility into INCOSE Membership Benefits INCOSE Journal INSIGHT Symposia, Workshops, Conferences Membership discounts Early visibility into emerging standards Knowledge of engineering from a global perspective Means to tap expertise of industry experts Networking with colleagues from around the world …. . and more

Chapters Region Interest Group Branch Geographical Domains INCOSE Networking Technical Committee Working Groups Professional Chapters Region Interest Group Branch Geographical Domains INCOSE Networking Technical Committee Working Groups Professional Disciplines Joint Activities

Our Future INCOSE is the world’s premier engineering professional society for enabling holistic solutions Our Future INCOSE is the world’s premier engineering professional society for enabling holistic solutions to problems and needs

(1) Provide high value products and services and opportunities for professional networking (2) Position (1) Provide high value products and services and opportunities for professional networking (2) Position INCOSE as a unifying force across engineering communities and related specialties (3) Promote growth through diversification of stakeholder base and products/services Six Strategic Priorities

(4) Attract highly qualified leaders and provide infrastructure and balanced leadership organization to accomplish (4) Attract highly qualified leaders and provide infrastructure and balanced leadership organization to accomplish targeted initiatives (5) Gain further recognition of the importance of systems engineering (6) Achieve wide acceptance of INCOSE as the leading systems engineering society Six Strategic Priorities

Develop products and services to foster advancement of individual member’s knowledge 4 SE Body Develop products and services to foster advancement of individual member’s knowledge 4 SE Body of Knowledge Examine means to create partnerships between industry & universities 4 Academic Forum Foster selected research opportunities through INCOSE Systems Engineering Center of Excellence (SECOE) Expand the circulation of the INCOSE journal Advancement

Sponsor/participate in targeted conferences 4 Many regional/chapter events, and INCOSE track at Software Technology Sponsor/participate in targeted conferences 4 Many regional/chapter events, and INCOSE track at Software Technology Conference 434 th Engineering and Technical Management Conference (EIA/GEIA, INCOSE, NDIA) 42 nd European Systems Engineering Conference Continue participation and leadership in standards 4 ISO, IEEE, EIA and others Offer INCOSE's expertise and participation in selected industry initiatives/advisory boards 4 BOD voted yes; opportunities being identified Influence

2001 International Symposium 2001 International Symposium

Other Events Regional Conferences Events hosted by regions or chapters with most of the Other Events Regional Conferences Events hosted by regions or chapters with most of the elements of the annual symposium Chapter Events Local events which may include chapter business meetings, special working sessions, tutorials, speakers Working/Interest Group Meetings Events held in one location or as virtual meetings with focus on a particular product or topic area

SUMMARY F Local Chapters Sponsor a Variety of Activities of Interest for NASA Personnel SUMMARY F Local Chapters Sponsor a Variety of Activities of Interest for NASA Personnel F The Mid-Atlantic Chapters Work Together to Bring Quality Programs to their Members F The Chapter Meetings and Programs Provide an Avenue – – – For Attendees to Exchange Ideas Learn New Concepts to Employ at Work Develop New Resources for Research

International Council on Systems Engineering Advancing the State of the Art in Systems. INCOSE International Council on Systems Engineering Advancing the State of the Art in Systems. INCOSE President Elect Engineering John Snodderly, and Past Technical Committee Chair Defense Systems Management College Fort Belvoir, VA USA john. [email protected] org

An international body comprised of leading organizations and experts contributing to the body of An international body comprised of leading organizations and experts contributing to the body of knowledge on systems engineering An organization whose leadership and members are recognized as having the highest expertise to solve systems problems A contributing partner in strategic alliances with other professional societies and leading universities worldwide A center of competence for research, theory, and practices applied to systems challenges INCOSE is the world’s premier engineering professional society for enabling holistic solutions to problems and needs

WHY is INCOSE Needed ? F Is the world of SE in trouble today? WHY is INCOSE Needed ? F Is the world of SE in trouble today? F How would you know? F What are some recent examples that point out a lack of SE?

Do. D SE Problems F “USAF Urges F-22 Production Without Test- …ready to move Do. D SE Problems F “USAF Urges F-22 Production Without Test- …ready to move into its production phase even if an important software milestone, which legally must be reached first, is not passed”* F “Software Pushes Up JSF Price Tag to $31 Million …Marketplace changes, the software went straight up. Turns out it was more for software than we thought. ”* F “…A draft report from the GAO, a government watchdog agency here, charges that the JSF program is rushing to the engineering manufacturing and development stage before critical technologies have matured. ”* “Integrating JSF engine-control software with avionics software has proven challenging. ”* *Defense news April 10, 2000 F

From the Mars Climate Orbiter Mishap Investigation Board Phase I Report: F Absence of From the Mars Climate Orbiter Mishap Investigation Board Phase I Report: F Absence of a mission systems engineer during the operations phase to provide the bridge between the spacecraft system, the instrument system and the ground/operations system. F Lack of identification of acceptable risk by the operations team in the context of the “Faster, Better, Cheaper” philosophy. F Navigation requirements set at too high a management level, insufficient flowdown of requirements and inadequate validation of these requirements. F Several significant system and subsystem design and development issues, uncovered after the launch of the Mars Climate Orbiter F Inadequate attention, within the system engineering process, to the transition from development to operations.

From the Wide-field Infrared Explorer Mishap Investigation Board Report (Briefing by Darrell Branscome, Board From the Wide-field Infrared Explorer Mishap Investigation Board Report (Briefing by Darrell Branscome, Board Chair): F “Detailed, independent technical peer reviews are essential. Furthermore, it is essential that peer reviews be done to assess the integrity of the system design, including an evaluation of system/mission consequences of the detailed design and implementation. ” F “Perform electronics power turn-on characterization tests, particularly for applications involving irreversible events. ” F “Test for correct functional behavior and test for anomalous behavior, especially during initial turn-on and power-on reset conditions. ”

From Lewis Spacecraft Mission Failure Investigation Board Report: F Especially in “Faster, Better, Cheaper” From Lewis Spacecraft Mission Failure Investigation Board Report: F Especially in “Faster, Better, Cheaper” projects, communication of decisions to senior NASA and contractor management is essential to successful program implementation. F “Requirements changes without adequate resource adjustments” indirectly contributed to the failure. F “Inadequate engineering discipline” indirectly contributed to the failure. F “The Government and the contractor must be clear on the mutual roles and responsibilities of all parties, including the level of reviews and what is required of each side and each participant in the Integrated Product Development Team. ”

From the “Faster, Better, Cheaper” Study (Briefing by Tony Spear): F NASA must pick From the “Faster, Better, Cheaper” Study (Briefing by Tony Spear): F NASA must pick capable PMs should be “certified. ” F Important to communicate project risks to project team, senior management, and to the public. PMs should project a “risk profile” or “risk signature” at start of project, monitor for changes over life of project and explain them. F Peer reviews must include the “right” people. F For a lander mission, it’s important to have telemetry on spacecraft descent. F PMs must pick capable project teams. Certification of project team members should be considered.

Orlando Figueroa's 5 major points F Engineering Excellence in NASA – Advance Engineering excellence Orlando Figueroa's 5 major points F Engineering Excellence in NASA – Advance Engineering excellence in NASA & Strengthen Systems Engineering F Process Documentation – PAPAC (Agency -wide process) Policy 7120 F Promote infrastructure to move to a collaborative environment – Advanced Engineering Environments F F NASA Collaboration with National & International bodies(i. e. INCOSE) Stimulate NASA Engineering participation in National Academy of Engineering

How does INCOSE Advance the SE State of the Art? F Through innovative INCOSE How does INCOSE Advance the SE State of the Art? F Through innovative INCOSE Technical Board Products & Services F Provide Products and services by INCOSE Working Groups & Interests Groups F Examples

Technical Committees Hierarchy Diagram Technical Committees Technical Board Education & Research Technical Committee SE Technical Committees Hierarchy Diagram Technical Committees Technical Board Education & Research Technical Committee SE Applications Technical Committee Education Development Working Group Comm & Public Internet Working Group Concepts & Terms Working Group Space Systems Working Group Education Measurements Working Group Systems & Supportability Interface Research Working Group (SECOE) Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SE BOK) Working Group Resource Mgmt. Working Group Telecommunications. Working Group Joint Comm. Aircraft Working Group Environmental Systems Working Group Motor Vehicles. Interest Group Infrastructure Systems Working Group Railway Transportation Interest Group Health Care Interest Group Measurement Technical Committee Capability Assessment Working Group Measurement Working Group Modeling & Tools Technical Committee Tools Database Working Group Tools Integration Working Group Model-Driven System Design Working Group Process & Methods Technical Committee Standards Technical Committee Principles Working Group Systems Architecture Working Group Human Systems Working Group SE Handbook Working Group SE and the Internet Interest Group SE Management Technical Committee Requirements Working Group Risk Management Working Group SE Mgmt Methodology Working Group Verification & Validation Interest Group Configuration Mgmt. Interest Group Information Model & Process Working Group Soft Systems Interest Group 1. 2

Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee (SEATC) Excerpts from: International Workshop Summary Presentation Mesa, AZ Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee (SEATC) Excerpts from: International Workshop Summary Presentation Mesa, AZ January 2001 Dr. William Mackey, Chair Ralph Godau, Co-Chair Scott Jackson, Co-Chair Pat Sweeney, Co-Chair

Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee Charter F Foster formation and operation of working groups Systems Engineering Applications Technical Committee Charter F Foster formation and operation of working groups and interest groups – Specific application domains – Across domains F Examine systems engineering tools, techniques, and processes within specific application domains F WG/IGs grow from a core WG (the CPIWG) into specific application domain WG/IGs

Interfaces With Other Technical Committees and Working Groups Cross Applications Commercial and Public Interest Interfaces With Other Technical Committees and Working Groups Cross Applications Commercial and Public Interest d ns n t io an es s t tio t a a n g en ss od c e ic in m s SE em ce th du and rch el ols re un rd d o E ro Me a m o T ag P ea su M m d nd es ea an a R M Co an M St INSIGHT V 1 -I 3 -1998 UMUC Profiles Specific Applications Aircraft Guidelines Commercial Aircraft UNLV Seminar Environmental Systems Infrastructure Systems Engineering INSIGHT V 2 -I 2 -1999 Resource Management Space Systems Telecommunications Health Care Motor Vehicles Railway Transportation Joint Symposium Panel INSIGHT V 3 -I 3 -2000 U. Birming Rail Activity

Where We Are Today F Transportation Sector—Ashok Jain – Joint Commercial Aircraft Working Group Where We Are Today F Transportation Sector—Ashok Jain – Joint Commercial Aircraft Working Group (JCAWG)— Greg Mathers, and Erwin Duurland – Motor Vehicles Interest Group (MVIG)—Paul Berry – Railway Transportation Interest Group (RWTIG)— John Williams and Jeff Allan F Resources Sector—Ralph Godau – Infrastructure Systems Engineering Working Group (ISEWG)—Pat Sweeney and Ralph Godau – Resource Management Working Group (RMWG)— Ted Dolton and Bill Cutler – Environment Systems Working Group (ESWG)—Ralph Hill

Where We Are Today (Cont’d) F Public Services Sector—Pat Sweeney – Commercial and Public Where We Are Today (Cont’d) F Public Services Sector—Pat Sweeney – Commercial and Public Interest Working Group— Jerry Bauknight and William Mackey – Space Systems Working Group (SSWG)— David Durham and Ray Granata – Telecommunications Working Group (TELWG)— Martin Warner and Ruediger Kaffenberger – Health Care Interest Group (HCIG)—John Zaleski and Orlando Illi

SEATC Accomplishments F Approximately 242 SE applications papers have been presented in 20 commercial SEATC Accomplishments F Approximately 242 SE applications papers have been presented in 20 commercial and public interest domains at the Symposia from 1992 to 2000 F The SEATC has offered application specific sessions at the symposia since 1996 F Nine symposia panels and five regional seminars in commercial and public interest domains have been presented

SEATC Accomplishments (Cont’d) F Key products include: – – – SE Applications Profiles Document SEATC Accomplishments (Cont’d) F Key products include: – – – SE Applications Profiles Document (Version 3. 0 on WEB) SE Applications Organization Document (Version 1. 0 on WEB) Edited three commercial themed issues of INSIGHT (1998. 1999, 2000) – Framework for the Application of SE in the Commercial Aircraft Domain (Version 1. 2 Released in July 2000) – Telecommunications Industry Application Guidebook (TBD) – Space Systems Application Guidebook (TBD) F 44 professional papers and 5 SE Applications Panels were conducted at the Minneapolis, MN Symposium F Several volunteer SE projects are underway in San Francisco Bay Area Chapter and other local chapters

Systems Engineering Applications Domains * * 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. * 6. * Systems Engineering Applications Domains * * 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. * 6. * 7. * 8. * 9. 10. 11. * 12. * * 13. Agriculture 14. Housing and Building Systems Commercial Aircraft 15. *Information Systems Commercial Avionics 16. *Manufacturing Criminal Justice and Legal 17. *Medical Devices Systems 18. Motor Vehicles * Drug Abuse Prevention 19. *Natural Resource Management Emergency Systems 20. Political and Public Interest Energy Systems Environment Restoration 21. *Service Industries Facilities Systems Engineering Space Systems *22. Food Service 23. Telecommunications Geographic Information Systems 24. Transportation Health Care 25. Urban Planning Highway Transportation Systems 26. Waste Management and Disposal *Applications domains currently represented in document

Standards Technical Committee January 2001 James Martin, Chair John Velman, Co-Chair Alain Faisandier, Co-Chair Standards Technical Committee January 2001 James Martin, Chair John Velman, Co-Chair Alain Faisandier, Co-Chair 1. 1

Current SE Standards F ANSI/EIA-632 – Processes for Engineering a System, Dec 1998 – Current SE Standards F ANSI/EIA-632 – Processes for Engineering a System, Dec 1998 – www. geia. org/eoc/G 47/main. html Co-developed F EIA/IS-731 by INCOSE – Systems Engineering Capability Model, Dec 1998 – www. geia. org/eoc/G 47/main. html F IEEE 1220 – Application and Management of the Systems Engineering Process, 1998 F ECSS-E-10 A – System Engineering, Apr 1996 – European Cooperation for Space Standardization – www. estec. esa. nl/ecss/standard/status. html

International Standards (under development) F System Life Cycle Processes, ISO/IEC 15288 – JTC 1/SC International Standards (under development) F System Life Cycle Processes, ISO/IEC 15288 – JTC 1/SC 7/WG 7 F SE Capability Maturity, ISO/IEC 15504 (SPICE) – JTC 1/SC 7/WG 10 F SE Data Exchange, ISO 10303 -AP 233 – TC 184/SC 4/WG 3/T 8 F Systems Engineering (Space Systems) – TC 20/SC 14 – To adopt ECSS-E-10 as ISO standard

Other Standards (under development) F Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) – National Defense Industry Other Standards (under development) F Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) – National Defense Industry Alliance (NDIA) – Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) F System Architecture, IEEE P 1471 – INCOSE Architecture WG working this task F Engineering Management Book of Knowledge (EMBOK) – IEEE Engineering Mgmt Society F Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) – Project Management Institute (PMI) – Currently available, but upgrades are planned

Liaison Activities F INTERNATIONAL ISO JTC 1/SC 7, Technical Liaison F – Robert Halligan Liaison Activities F INTERNATIONAL ISO JTC 1/SC 7, Technical Liaison F – Robert Halligan appointed by BOD – Standards 15288/15504 under authority of SC 7 working groups F ISO 15288, System Life Cycle Processes – TBD, primary – Richard Harwell, alternate F – SC 7 Liaison, Robert Halligan F ISO 15504, Systems Engrg Capability Model – SC 7 Liaison, Robert Halligan F ISO 10303 -AP 233, STEP Systems Engrg Data Exchange – POC is Sylvain Barbeau – David Oliver, INCOSE Liaison UNITED STATES EIA G 47, Systems Engineering Committee AIAA, Systems Engineering Technical Committee – Informal POC is Richard Harwell – Formal liaison being considered F IEEE, Systems Engineering Standards Committee – Liaison being worked with Paul Croll

Chapters - Technical Board Combined Efforts F Positive Steps taken for cooperative efforts F Chapters - Technical Board Combined Efforts F Positive Steps taken for cooperative efforts F Potential Funding of Special Projects By Chapters – EIA AP 233 UML Effort – GEIA G-47

INSIGHT Magazine for July Reports from INCOSE’s Technical Board, Technical Committees and Working Groups INSIGHT Magazine for July Reports from INCOSE’s Technical Board, Technical Committees and Working Groups

INCOSE Technical Journal Quarterly Publication Refereed Journal Andy Sage GMU Editor INCOSE Technical Journal Quarterly Publication Refereed Journal Andy Sage GMU Editor

Commercial Aircraft Guidebook Draft Circulated for comment July 00 DRAFT Framework for the Application Commercial Aircraft Guidebook Draft Circulated for comment July 00 DRAFT Framework for the Application of Systems Engineering in the Commercial Aircraft Domain Version 1. 1 Jun 15, 2000

Establishment of Liaisons for Standards F Definition of Liaison - “A linking up or Establishment of Liaisons for Standards F Definition of Liaison - “A linking up or connecting of the parts of a whole, as of military units, in order to bring about proper coordination of activities*” F Robert Halligan SC-7 Liaison for 15288 F David Oliver AP-233 Liaison F Richard Harwell EIA/G-47 Liaison * Webster New World Dictionary

SE Handbook Update Handbook currently being reviewed. SE Handbook Update Handbook currently being reviewed.

Proposed INCOSE SE Bo. K similar to PMIPM Bo. K and ISO-SE Bo. K Proposed INCOSE SE Bo. K similar to PMIPM Bo. K and ISO-SE Bo. K n Advantage – Format widely accepted – Significant similarity and overlap with PMI and ISO models – Integration with other disciplines is simplified – Broad perspective is useful for many – Simplified update over a comprehensive document n Disadvantages – Not comprehensive in the near to intermediate term thus requiring multiple references – Format May reduce likelihood of SE Bo. K becoming a standard – Requires constant monitoring of references

We need NASA’s help! F Provide their SE technical expertise to INCOSE WG’s (especially We need NASA’s help! F Provide their SE technical expertise to INCOSE WG’s (especially Space WG) F Provide technical input to special projects (I. e. SEBOK) F Become members of our (Corporate Advisory Board - Orlando is NASA HQ CAB member), David Durham is JPL CAB member F Attend and participate in local chapters activities and working groups.

International Council on Systems Engineering Education and Research in Systems Engineering Research Dennis Buede, International Council on Systems Engineering Education and Research in Systems Engineering Research Dennis Buede, Education and Technical Committee George Mason University Fairfax, VA USA [email protected] edu

Status of SE Research & Education Status of SE Research & Education

Topics F Activities in the Education & Research TC – Charter and Working Groups Topics F Activities in the Education & Research TC – Charter and Working Groups – Education development WG – SE Body of Knowledge WG F Research in SE Center of Excellence

Education and Research Technical Committee F To make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-adding, Education and Research Technical Committee F To make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-adding, activity that matures in a systemic manner to the satisfaction of the key stakeholder groups Industry, Systems Engineers and Educators F Chair - Dennis Buede, +1 703 -993 -1727, [email protected] edu Co. Chairs F – Phil Brown, +1 972 -262 -0530, phil. [email protected] com – Stephen Cook, +61 8 8302 3818, stephen. c. [email protected] edu. au F Education Development Working Group – F Concepts and Terms Working Group – F To assist and make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-added, activity that matures in a systemic manner. Systems and Supportability Interface Research Working Group – F Define and document the conceptual foundations of SE within the framework of a common set of terms (with definitions) to support more effective communication of SE. Educational Measurements Working Group – F Define and develop databases that describe educational opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate level of systems engineering that can be used as a guide formal academic programs at all levels. To research cause-and-effect relationships that link system architectural and design decisions to impacts on system operational effectiveness and life-cycle cost in an increasingly competitive and resource constrained environment. SE Body of Knowledge Working Group – To create a Guide to the SE Body of Knowledge.

Education Development WG F SE Bibliographies F SE Education and Training Resources Education Development WG F SE Bibliographies F SE Education and Training Resources

SE Bibliographies F Overall Bibliography – Started with SEFT Bibliography (53 pages) – Updated SE Bibliographies F Overall Bibliography – Started with SEFT Bibliography (53 pages) – Updated with Annotations by GMU M. S. Students (79 pages) – Updated by Jack Fisher’s Bibliography (98 pages) – (To be) Updated by Don Clausing’s Bibliography F Bibliography of SE Books F Bibliography of Books about Systems Goal: Update once each year Publish on INCOSE web site Advertise in INSIGHT

Books on Systems Engineering Ackoff, R. L. and Emery, F. E. (1972). On Purposeful Books on Systems Engineering Ackoff, R. L. and Emery, F. E. (1972). On Purposeful Systems. Akao, Y. A. (1990). QFD: Integrating Customer Requirements into Product Design. Alexander, C. (1964). Notes on the Synthesis of Form. Andriole, S. J. (1996). Managing Systems Requirements: Methods, Tools, and Cases. Asimow, M. (1962). Introduction to Design. Athey, T. H. (1982). Systematic Systems Approach: An Integrated Method for Solving Systems Problems. Baumgartner, J. S. (1979). Systems Management. Baylin, E. N. (1990). Functional Modeling of Systems. Beam, W. R. (1990). Systems Engineering: Architecture and Design. Beam, W. R. (1989). Command, Control, and Communications Systems Engineering. Beer, S. (1985). Diagnosing the System for Organizations. Belcher, R. and Aslaksen, E. (1992). Systems Engineering. Bellamy, L. J. (1985). The Safety Management Factor: An Analysis of the Human Error Aspects of the Bhopal Disaster. Blair, R. N. and Whitston, C. W. (1971). Elements of Industrial Systems Engineering. Blanchard, B. S. (1991). System Engineering Management. Blanchard, B. S. , and Fabrycky, W. J. (1998). Systems Engineering and Analysis. Boardman, J. (1990). Systems Engineering: An Introduction. Bowen, J. P. and Hinchey, M. G. (1999). High-Integrity System Specifications and Design. Buede, D. M. (2000). The Engineering Design of Systems: Models and Methods. Card, S. K. , Moran, T. P. , and Newell, A. (1983). The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction. Carroll, J. M. (ed. ). (1995). Scenario-Based Design. Carter, D. E. and Baker, B. S. (1992). Concurrent Engineering: The Product Development Environment for the 1990’s. Chapanis, A. (1996). Human Factors in Systems Engineering. Chapman, W. L. , Bahill, A. T. , and Wymore, A. W. (1992). Engineering Modeling and Design. Chase, W. P. (1974). Management of System Engineering. Checkland, P. B. (1981). Systems Thinking, Systems Practice. Chestnut, H. (1967). Systems Engineering Methods. Chestnut, H. (1965). Systems Engineering Tools. Chorafas, D. N. (1989). Systems Architecture and Systems Design. Churchman, C. W. (1971). The Design of Inquiring Systems. Churchman, C. W. (1968). The Systems Approach. Cochin, I. And Plass, H. J. (1997). Analysis and Design of Dynamic Systems. Cooper, D. and Chapman, C. (1987). Risk Analysis for Large Projects: Models, Methods and Cases. Corbett, J. , Dooner, M. , Meleka, J. , and Pym, C. (1991) Design for Manufacture: Strategies, Principles, and Techniques. Coulouris, G. , Dollimore, J. , and Kindberg, T. (1994). Distributed Systems Concepts and Design. Cross, N. (1989). Engineering Design Methods. Daenzer, W. F. (ed. ) (1976). Systems Engineering. Dandy, G. C. and Warner, R. F. (1989). Planning and Design of Engineering Systems. Defense Systems Management College. (1989). 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(1997). Economic Decision Analysis. Fabrycky, W. J. and Blanchard, B. S. (1991). Life-Cycle Cost and Economic Analysis. Faurre, P. and Depeyrot, M. (1977). Elements of System Theory. Flagle, C. D. , Huggins, W. H. and Roy, R. H. (eds. ) (1960). Operations Research and Systems Engineering. Flood, R. L. and Carson, E. R. (1988). Dealing with Complexity, an Introduction to the Theory and Application of Systems Science. Forrestor, J. W. , (1968). Principles of Systems. F ortune, J. (1995). Learning from Failure: The Systems Approach. Fowlkes, W. Y. and Creveling, C. M. (1995). Engineering Methods for Robust Product Design. Frankel, E. G. (1988). Systems Reliability and Risk Analysis. Gane, C. and Sarson, T. (1979). Structured Systems Analysis: Tools and Techniques. Gasparski, W. (1984). Understanding Design: The Praxiological-Systemic Perspective. Gheorghe, A. (1982). Applied Systems Engineering. Gibson, J. E. (1968). Introduction to Engineering Design. Glegg, G. L. (1981). The Development of Design. Glegg, G. L. (1969). The Design of Design. Goode, H. H. and Machol, R. E. (1957). System Engineering – An Introduction to the Design of Large-Scale Systems. Gosling, W. (1962). The Design of Engineering Systems. Grady, J. O. (1995). System Engineering Planning and Enterprise Identity. Grady, J. O. (1993). System Requirements Analysis. Grady, J. O. (1994). Systems Integration. Grady, J. O. (1997). System Validation and Verification. Hajek, V. J. (1984). Management of Engineering Projects. Hall, A. (1962). A Methodology for Systems Engineering. Hall, A. (1989). Metasystems Methodology. Hartley, J. R. (1990). Concurrent Engineering. Hatley, D. J. and Pirbhai, I. A. (1988). Strategies for Real-Time System Specification. Hazelrigg, G. A. (1996). Systems Engineering: An Approach to Information-Based Design. Hill, P. H. (1968). The Science of Engineering Design. Hitchins, D. K. (1992). Putting Systems to Work. Hollnagel, E. , Mancini, G. , and Woods, D. (1988). 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SE Education Resources World-wide F U. S. Programs – 32 M. S. and Ph. SE Education Resources World-wide F U. S. Programs – 32 M. S. and Ph. D. Programs – 21 B. S. Programs F U. K. Programs – 5 Graduate Programs – 2 Undergrad Programs F Europe – Programs embedded in other disciplines F Australia – 2 Graduate Programs F Remaining World – 3 Graduate Programs (Israel, South Korea, Viet Nam)

INCOSE Members from Universities Region V Other Regions 98 - University of Virginia 55 INCOSE Members from Universities Region V Other Regions 98 - University of Virginia 55 - University of Arizona 21 - Hampton University 11 - MIT 14 - George Mason University 11 - US Naval Postgraduate School 09 - University of Houston 09 - University of California 08 - George Washington University 06 - University of Colorado 06 - Virginia Tech 05 - University of Washington 05 - University of Maryland 05 - University of Missouri Rolla 05 - Texas A & M University 04 - University of Southern California 04 - University of Alabama 04 - University of Idaho 04 - University of South Florida 04 - Stanford University 04 - Georgia Tech University 02 - United States Military Academy 03 - Old Dominion University 02 - University of Kansas 02 - University of Texas 02 - University of Michigan 02 - Texas Tech University 17 - 5 international universities Based on November 2000 INCOSE Membership Roles

Guide to the SE Body of Knowledge F Goal and Objective F Structure for Guide to the SE Body of Knowledge F Goal and Objective F Structure for the Guide to the SE Bo. K F Implementation of Guide to SE Bo. K

Goal and Objective F F Short-term goal is to identify and “connect” existing sources Goal and Objective F F Short-term goal is to identify and “connect” existing sources of knowledge through a common framework using document automation techniques such as links, tiering or outlining, hot points, etc. Intermediate-term is to discover or produce missing knowledge as indicated by the framework Long-term objective is to win standards bodies recognition of the SEBOK and INCOSE as the producer of the SEBOK Guide. Long-term goal is to create an auto-evolvable KM system for SEBOK.

Org. Structure for the Guide to the SE Bo. K I - Systems Engineering Org. Structure for the Guide to the SE Bo. K I - Systems Engineering Fundamentals Purpose, What is a system? , What is SE? , … II - SE Processes Librarian description of process views (e. g. , Do. D, Comm’l A/C, Automotive, Int’l Aerospace) III - Career Development of SE Practitioners Education & Training suppliers, standards bodies, professional societies, OJT IV - SE Process Capability/Assessment CMM models

Implementation of Guide to SE Bo. K 1. Manage development of Guide [Rob Leibrandt, Implementation of Guide to SE Bo. K 1. Manage development of Guide [Rob Leibrandt, ? ] 2. Produce sections of guide 3. Design / Select Usage Arch [Jack Ring, ? ] 4. Develop references 5. Review / Test [Rob Leibrandt, ? ] (Academic, Prof. Soc. , Stds. Bodies, Ed. /Tng Suppliers) --------- Guide Section --------I II IV P. Brown B. Tufts J. Ring J. Clymer J. Fisher W. Wymore ? CAWG?

Research in the SE Center of Excellence F Research Initiatives – Value of SE Research in the SE Center of Excellence F Research Initiatives – Value of SE and Elements of SE – Human Productivity in SE Activities – SE Processes and Process Improvement – SE Methods u Design Techniques u Cost Issues u Risk and Trade Techniques – SE Automation – Formal Methods for SE F Decision-based Design via Life-Cycle Modeling and Simulation – Create a decision architecture for design decision making – Create a process for developing an interconnected set of variable-resolution simulation models – Create a modeling structure for the development system and operational system with their key modes of interaction so as u u to examine effective and ineffective development system structures to examine trade offs between testing and modeling

International Council on Systems Engineering Chesapeake Chapter Jerry Woodall, Chesapeake Chapter President Zyan Corporation International Council on Systems Engineering Chesapeake Chapter Jerry Woodall, Chesapeake Chapter President Zyan Corporation [email protected] com

 • Chartered – January 1994 with Constitution, Operating Plan, etc. , prior to • Chartered – January 1994 with Constitution, Operating Plan, etc. , prior to Chartering • Key Mission - Providing a forum and communications channel to exchange systems engineering information, questions, concepts, etc. on a local level, complementing the international level organization 70

Chesapeake Chapter Area Served State College York 97 Members in 2001 Representing > 43 Chesapeake Chapter Area Served State College York 97 Members in 2001 Representing > 43 Organizations Membership Organizations PA 83 MD Fredrick 95 70 Baltimore 270 Rockville 95 BWP VA 495 DC 50 Annapolis

Chesapeake Chapter Area Served State College York Membership Organizations PA 83 Dr. Eric W. Chesapeake Chapter Area Served State College York Membership Organizations PA 83 Dr. Eric W. Young NASA/GSFC MD Fredrick 95 70 Baltimore 270 Rockville 95 BWP VA 495 DC 50 Annapolis

Chesapeake Chapter Accomplishments in 2000 • Technical Meetings – Focus on Systems Engineering Tools, Chesapeake Chapter Accomplishments in 2000 • Technical Meetings – Focus on Systems Engineering Tools, with presentations by seven tool vendors • Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference – Participated with leader WMA in very successful technical conference in DC • Hosted Object Oriented SE (OOSE) Seminar – At JHU/APL based on earlier WMA sponsored event • Contributed – To review of 15288 International Standard • Baltimore Engineering Society – Joined as associate member organization: Interaction with non-aerospace, commercial organizations and members plus gaining access to excellent facilities of the Society • Initiated – OOSE Interest Group formation

Chesapeake Chapter Plans for 2001 • Technical Meetings – Every other month (March) focusing Chesapeake Chapter Plans for 2001 • Technical Meetings – Every other month (March) focusing on OOSE IG/WG progress + new topics • Members Meetings – On alternate months w/topics of general interest (at GSFC on 21 Feb) + expansion outside aerospace • Chartered OOSE Interest Group – Chairman Jim Chism, IG is underway and meets at APL on designated Saturdays • Second Review of 15288 – Committee being formed • Update of Chesapeake Chapter (CSPK) Website – To improve communications using available tools more effectively http: //www. incose. org/chesapek

International Council on Systems Engineering Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter Bruce Shelton, WMA Chapter President International Council on Systems Engineering Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter Bruce Shelton, WMA Chapter President ANSER Inc. Washington, DC USA [email protected] org

Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter (WMA) F Largest Chapter within INCOSE - 450+ members F Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter (WMA) F Largest Chapter within INCOSE - 450+ members F Will Host the INCOSE 2003 International Symposium in Concert with the other Mid. Atlantic Chapters F Hosted INCOSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2000 – 200+ attendees, 10 Patrons, 19 Exhibitors – 60 technical papers-3 tracks, 2 panels, 4 tutorials, 3 featured speakers

Chapter Activities F Regular Monthly Meetings with a Special Guest Speaker – Second Tuesday Chapter Activities F Regular Monthly Meetings with a Special Guest Speaker – Second Tuesday of each Month – Tysons Corner Area F 4 -6 Tutorials per Year F Special Programs Addressing Unique Topics F INCOSE on the Mall - Brown Bag Lunch Meetings Downtown

WMA Programs F Tutorials – Systems Engineering, Architecting, and Business Process Reengineering – Planning WMA Programs F Tutorials – Systems Engineering, Architecting, and Business Process Reengineering – Planning and Controlling Collaborative Teams – Object Oriented Systems Engineering Method – Humans and Systems: The Rest of the Story – Using Standard Processes in Systems Engineering F Special Programs – Systems Engineering Education Open House – Panel Discussion - Requirements Management Tools – Joint Program Management Institute (PMI)-WMA Meeting

International Council on Systems Engineering Southern Maryland Chapter Karl Geist, Southern Maryland Chapter President International Council on Systems Engineering Southern Maryland Chapter Karl Geist, Southern Maryland Chapter President US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Patuxent River, MD USA [email protected] navy. mil

International Council on Systems Engineering Summary V Director Susan Jones, INCOSE Region for Industry International Council on Systems Engineering Summary V Director Susan Jones, INCOSE Region for Industry Affairs The Aerospace Corporation Chantilly, VA USA susan. e. [email protected] org

INCOSE Membership Benefits INCOSE Journal INSIGHT Symposia, Workshops, Conferences Membership discounts Early visibility into INCOSE Membership Benefits INCOSE Journal INSIGHT Symposia, Workshops, Conferences Membership discounts Early visibility into emerging standards Knowledge of engineering from a global perspective Means to tap expertise of industry experts Networking with colleagues from around the world …. . and more

Cost of Membership F Dues are $80 per year – Dues year begins in Cost of Membership F Dues are $80 per year – Dues year begins in June – Prorated over rest of year – Cost to join now is $40 F Time and effort – Participate in local chapter events – Participate in Technical Committee Working Groups

Upcoming Local Events F Tutorials and Seminars – May 9 -10, Risk Management Seminar, Upcoming Local Events F Tutorials and Seminars – May 9 -10, Risk Management Seminar, Hampton Roads, VA – March 24, C 4 ISR Architectures and Their Implementation Challenges F Chapter Meetings – Feb 13, Systems Engineering Old and New Perspectives, WMA Chapter – Feb 20, Monthly meeting, Chesapeake Chapter