Disciplinary Convergence in Systems Engineering Research

Disciplinary Convergence in Systems Engineering Research

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Part 1: Engineered Resilience and Affordability.- Chapter1. Engineering Resilience for Complex Systems.- Chapter2. Early Lifecycle Cost Estimation: Fiscal Stewardship with Engineered Resilient Systems.- Chapter3. Introducing Resilience into Multi-UAV System-of-Systems Network.- Chapter4. Considerations for Engineered Resilience from Examples of Resilient Systems.- Chapter5. High Reliability Imperative for Autonomous Networked Vehicles.- Chapter6. Resilience Concepts for Architecting an Autonomous Military Vehicle System-of-Systems.- Chapter7. A robust portfolio optimization approach using parametric piecewise linear models of system dependencies.- Chapter8. Interactive model trading for resilient systems decisions.- Chapter9. An Empirical Study of Technical Debt in Open-Source Software Systems.- Part 2: System-of-Systems Integration.- Chapter10. Applying the Cyber Security Game to a Point of Sale System.- Chapter11. Resilient Cyber Secure Systems and System of Systems: Implications for the Department of Defense.- Chapter12. Architecting Cyber-Secure, Resilient System-of-Systems.- Chapter13.- Inference Enterprise Multi-Modeling for Insider Threat Detection Systems.- Chapter14. SoS Explorer: a tool for system-of-systems architecting.- Chapter15. A Principles Framework to Inform Defense SoSE Methodologies.- Chapter16. Complex System Analysis and Verification: A Comprehensive Approach and Case Study.- Chapter17. A model framework for determining dynamic architecture goals in a System-of-Systems.- Chapter18. Understanding how social network analysis can provide insights into emergent networks of systems.- Part 3: Tradespace Visualization and Exploration.- Chapter19. Designing for System Value Sustainment using Interactive Epoch-Era Analysis: A Case Study from Commercial Offshore Ships.- Chapter20. Simulation-Based Air Mission Evaluation with Bayesian Threat Assessment for Opposing Forces.- Chapter21. Tradespace Exploration - Promise and Limits.- Part 4: Model-Based Systems Engineering and Integration.- Chapter22. Model-Based Systems Engineering: Motivation, Current Status, and Needed Advances.- Chapter23. High Fidelity Simulation Surrogate Models For Systems Engineering.- Chapter24. Discovering toxic policies using MBSE constructs.- Chapter25. Model-based Engineering: Analysis of Alternatives for Optical Satellite Observation.- Chapter26. Model-Based Approach for Engineering Resilient System-of-Systems: Application to Autonomous Vehicle Networks.- Chapter27. Validation and Verification of MBSE-compliant CubeSat Reference Model.- Chapter28. An Architecture Profile for Human System Integration.- Chapter29. Formal Methods in Resilient Systems Design: Application to Multi-UAV System-of-Systems Control.- Chapter30. Improving Lifecycle Product Data Management (LPDM) Within the US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM).- Chapter31. Verification and validation of behavior models using lightweight formal methods.- Chapter32. Categorical foundations for systems engineering.- Part s5: System Architecture and Complexity.- Chapter33. A facilitated expert-based approach to architecting "prizeable" complex systems.- Chapter34. A Framework for Measuring the Fit Between Product and Organizational Architectures.- Chapter35. Developing an Effective Optical Satellite Communications Architecture.- Chapter36. Preference Modeling for Government-Owned Large-Scale Complex Engineered Systems - A Satellite Case Study.- Chapter37. System safety data network: Architecture and Blueprint.- Chapter38. Scalability in self-organizing systems: an experimental case study on foraging systems.- Chapter39. Evaluation of cross-project multitasking in software projects.- Chapter40. Cultural Worldviews on an Aerospace Standards Committee: a Preliminary Analysis.- Chapter41. The Flexibility of Generic Architectures: Lessons from the Human Nervous System.- Chapter42. Multi-objective optimization of Geosynchronous Earth Orbit space situational awareness system architectures.- Chapter43. System user pathways to change.- Part 6: Systems Science, Systems Thinking and Complexity Management.- Chapter44. Threshold Metric for Mapping Natural Language Relationships among Objects.- Chapter45. On the Nature of Systems Thinking and Systems Science: Similarities, Differences, Potential Synergies.- Chapter46. Three General Systems Principles and their Derivation: Insights from the Philosophy of Science Applied to Systems Concepts.- Chapter47. Systems Engineering Pathology: Leveraging Science to Characterize Dysfunction.- Chapter48. Using the PICARD theory as a tool to improve systems thinking ability.- Chapter49. Agency and causal factors in social system behavior: Advancing human systems engineering with general system theory.- Chapter50. Classifying Emergent Behavior to Reveal Design Patterns.- Chapter51. Collective behaviors: Systemic view of distinct forces in a new framework.- Chapter52. Generational Evolution in Complex Engineered Systems.- Chapter53. Evaluating how internal health assessment can trigger anticipatory intervention as part of a resilient system.- Chapter54. An Analysis of Individual Systems Thinking Elements.- Part 7: Systems Engineering and Decision Science.- Chapter55. Using Bayesian Networks to Validate Technology Readiness Assessments of Systems.- Chapter56. Adaptive and Automated Reasoning for Autonomous System Resilience in Uncertain Worlds.- Chapter57. Model-centric decision-making: exploring decision-maker trust and perception of models.- Chapter58. Implementing Value-Driven Design in Modelica for a racing solar boat.- Chapter59. A game theoretical perspective on incentivizing collaboration in system design.- Part 8: Systems Engineering and Smart Manufacturing.- Chapter60. Towards a Diagnostic and Prognostic Method for Knowledge-Driven Decision Making in Smart Manufacturing Technologies.- Chapter61. Patterns for modeling operational control of discrete event logistics systems (DELS).- Chapter62. Towards Automated Generation of Multimodal Assembly Instructions for Humans Operators.- Part 9: Systems Engineering Applications.- Chapter63. A Game Theory Perspective on Requirement-Based Engineering Design.- Chapter64. Structural Rules for Sound Business Process Implemented by UML Activity Diagram.- Chapter65. A Value Driven Approach to Capture Unintended Consequences Impacting Mission Success.- Chapter66. Survey of Four Uncertainty Quantifications Methods in Systems Engineering.- Chapter67. Using systems engineering to create a survivable communications system that will operate in the presence of "Black Sky" hazards.- Chapter68. Interdependency effects on the electricity grid following a "Black Sky" hazard.- Chapter69. Black Sky hazards: Systems engineering as a unique tool to prevent national catastrophe.- Chapter70. Agile Fit Check Framework for Government Acquisition Programs.- Chapter71. The Agile Systems Framework: Enterprise Content Management Case.- Chapter72. Quantifying the ilities: a literature review of robustness, interoperabilisty, and agility.- Chapter73. A Systems Integration Framework for Interdisciplinary Black Sky Operations.- Part 10: Systems Engineering Education.- Chapter74. An architecture analysis of a cyber secondary school as a system of systems.- Chapter75. Systems Engineering - making people talk.- Chapter76. Development of a project-oriented and transnational master course for training the engineering competencies.- Chapter77. The Role of Decision Analysis in Industrial and Systems Engineering Education.- Chapter78. Strengthening systems engineering leadership curricula using competency-based assessment.- Chapter79. Integrating systems engineering students in capstones: a multi-spectrum characterization of interdisciplinary capstones.- Chapter80. SEEA: Accelerated Learning and Learning Assessment for Systems Engineering Education.- Chapter81. Future Systems Engineering Research Directions.
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Disciplinary convergence;Systems Architecting;Trade-space Visualization;Cognitive Systems Engineering;Cybersecurity Systems Engineering;Cyber-Physical-Social Systems;Systems Engineering Education;Engineering Economics