Acknowledgements and Release History
This article describes the contributors to the current version of the SEBoK. For information on contributors to past versions of the SEBoK, please follow the links under "SEBoK Release History" below. To learn more about the updates to the SEBoK for v. 1.8, please see the Letter from the Editor.
The SEBoK is shaped by the BKCASE Editorial Board and is overseen by the BKCASE Governing Board. A complete list of members for each of these bodies can be found on the BKCASE Governance and Editorial Board page.
Content and Feature Updates for 1.9
This version of the SEBoK was released 30th November 2017. This is a minor release of the SEBoK which includes updates to the Resilience Engineering article in Part 6: Related Disciplines, as well as a major restructuring of Part 7:Systems Engineering Implementation Examples. A new example has been added around the use of model based systems engineering for the thirty-meter telescope.
For more information about this release please refer to Version 1.9.
SEBoK Release History
There have been 18 releases of the SEBoK to date, collected into 9 main releases.
- Version 1.0 - The first version intended for broad use.
- Version 1.1 - A minor update that made modest content improvements.
- Version 1.2 - A minor update, including two new articles and revision of several existing articles.
- Version 1.3 - A minor update, including three new case studies, a new use case, updates to several existing articles, and updates to references.
- Version 1.4 - A minor update, including changes related to ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 standard, three new case studies and updates to a number of articles.
- Version 1.5 - A minor update, including a restructure and extension of the Software Engineering Knowledge Area, two new case studies, and a number of corrections of typographical errors and updates of outdated references throughout the SEBoK.
- Version 1.6 - A minor update, including a reorganization of Part 1 SEBoK Introduction, a new article on the Transition towards Model Based Systems Engineering and a new article giving an overview of Healthcare Systems Engineering, a restructure of the Systems Engineering and Specialty Engineering KA.
- Version 1.7 - A minor update, including a new Healthcare SE Knowledge Area (KA), expansion of the MBSE area with two new articles, Technical Leadership and Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability and a new case study on the Northwest Hydro System.
- Version 1.8 - A minor update, including an update of the Systems of Systems (SoS) knowledge area in Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering where a number of articles were updated on the basis of developments in the area as well as on comments from the SoS and SE community. Part 6: Related Disciplines included updates to the Manufacturability and Producibility and Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability articles.
- Version 1.9 - Current version
Click on the links above to read more information about each release.
In January 2011, the authors agreed to move from a document-based SEBoK to a wiki-based SEBoK, and beginning with v. 0.5, the SEBoK has been available at www.sebokwiki.org Making the transition to a wiki provided three benefits:
- easy worldwide access to the SEBoK;
- more methods for search and navigation; and
- a forum for community feedback alongside content that remains stable between versions.
For additional information, see the article on Acknowledgements and Release History.
The wiki team is responsible for maintenance of the wiki infrastructure as well as technical review of all materials prior to publication.
- Claus Ballegaard Nielsen, Cranfield University.
The wiki is currently supported by Ike Hecht from WikiWorks.
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