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CommentStreams:8bb509edc1a0dbc537c9e8ee52abe87b Use Case 0: Systems Engineering Novices Page not linked to other use cases This page is not showing (is not linked to) in Category:Use Case anonymous Jul 31 at 10:00 am
CommentStreams:87fc81e0e0fe6ce737f36b88d7ef6a0e How to Read the SEBoK Wiki Features section needs to be updated Hello, just letting you know that the Wiki Features section that refers to the content on the left-hand side of each page needs to be updated to reflect what's actually there. The menu looks to have been reorganized. anonymous Jul 31 at 9:49 am
CommentStreams:651b9bed3d33515df1862bf4ebecf790 A Survey of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Methodologies 2or4 valence logical holographic biosystems amphibolic processes selfcatalytic sets relators groups words of creators recreative space time travels janus points metalife forms multiple relations for cellular recreation bioclocks reprogramming with quantum molecular sensoric souls in parallel universes with trans worlds learnable talks and neuro immune blotting concepts compositional sampling k1=k2 recurrent motifs mirrors neurons nm=mn reflexological biofields subfields signalling inputs outputs response interpreters selforganizing conscious neuronal maps frisco models alfresco metamodels zx dual trees petri nets uml systemic thinkers anonymous Jul 28 at 4:22 pm
CommentStreams:A23e16f9b6e24e3e6b0d4a9ac16b822b Dilemmas in a General Theory of Planning ? ? anonymous Jul 24 at 10:06 am
CommentStreams:9da68ff582f8cb543c8bd0ae59956603 Software Engineering Features - Models, Methods, Tools, Standards, and Metrics Custom Software development for Startups Amazing write-up!

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anonymous Jul 23 at 9:28 am
CommentStreams:Fde1b25675e40cfb776740ea03b0ae08 Relationships between Systems Engineering and Project Management Scovelo Thanks for the info anonymous Jul 21 at 1:22 pm
CommentStreams:59e747f6567458895df6c2c8a1216694 GEIA-HB-649 Does GEIA Still Exist? Clicking on the link for www.geia.org goes to a very questionable site that does not talk about configuration management, instead offering a free iPad to veterans that put in a legal claim. anonymous Jul 9 at 11:02 pm
CommentStreams:A2316c6b75c67d771b84d0ac541c91a3 Analysis and Selection between Alternative Solutions Hi Rick, Good stuff, but I've a problem with your opening sentence in Trade-off Studies ("comparing the characteristics of each candidate system element to those of each candidate system architecture").. I see the trade-offs as comparing "System Propert Hi Rick, Good stuff, but I've a problem with your opening sentence in Trade-off Studies ("comparing the characteristics of each candidate system element to those of each candidate system architecture").. I see the trade-offs as comparing "System Properties" between alternative solutions (system options which may or may not have different architectures). In general I imagine one can cluster all system options under consideration according to their architecture; but equally one might cluster according to their key enabling technologies (for instance). My complaint is just the wording - regards Richard Smith anonymous Jun 29 at 3:04 pm
CommentStreams:E940ed5923ffc87db4424359ce80739c Systems Thinking I would concur with this sentiment. Business have taken the discipline of systems dynamics where systems engineering has focused on one implementation in a design science approach and forgotten the fundamentals. anonymous Jun 23 at 8:51 am
CommentStreams:327e4a746fe3b5560011ec56170f3318 Representing Systems with Models Formatting error Under 'topics', the final bullet list item is missing a line break. anonymous Jun 17 at 8:24 am
CommentStreams:F84830e8afa1392e07d57af852f05659 Relationships between Systems Engineering and Project Management Project Management EngineeringServices ​ good info anonymous Jun 14 at 9:50 am
CommentStreams:8ca0850cf851c8b7e575f572f1a16847 Systems Thinking Consider System Dynamics as an additional source System Dynamics, the branch of systems thinking founded by Jay Forrester, would be an appropriate addition to this list. SD started out of the work of Forrester and his engineering colleagues at MIT n the application of feedback to complex business problems. This led to its continued use in social problems, global modeling, as well as at the socio-technical interface. He was also the founding president of the System Dynamics Society (http://systemdynamics.org).

Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Wright_Forrester. Many papers and books listed there. http://

anonymous Jun 9 at 10:07 pm
CommentStreams:5845af8c1ac551a08a0a85ef9f7bda52 non-functional requirements Functional Testing Vs Non-Functional Testing for detail comparison between functional and non functional testing please visit this blog:

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anonymous Jun 1 at 10:57 am
CommentStreams:3cd33e7ba5cef697bfdc2fcb2c681da5 Acronyms Acronyms used in new Knowledge Area in Part 6: Systems Engineering and Geospatial/Geodetic Engineering BIM Building Information Modeling

DFDD DGIWG Feature Data Dictionary

DGWIG Defence Geospatial Information Working Group

DTM Digital Terrain Model

GGE Geospatial/Geodetic Engineering (Knowledge Area in Part 6)

GIS Geographic Information System

GMDSS Global Maritime Distress and Safety System

GNSS Global Navigation Satellite System

HFE Human Factors Engineering

IHO International Hydrographic Organization

LBS Location Based Service

MSL Mean Sea Level

OGC Open Geospatial Consortium

PNT Positioning, Navigation and Timing

RNT Foundation Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation

UK United Kingdom

US United States

WGS84 World Geodetic System 1984

WMO World Meteorological Organization

Ulenk Ulenk Apr 6 at 9:29 am Apr 13 at 7:43 am
CommentStreams:5c16e10163434f4e9426739bc7a2ddea complex Complex Both of these definitions reflect the subjective view of complexity. It is recommended that an objective definition be added, anonymous Sep 17 at 9:33 pm
CommentStreams:Ac3a6327aefbdded5c964419404aa74f validation reference reference to ISO/IEC 2008 is not expanded in the source section. anonymous Sep 6 at 9:25 am
CommentStreams:F6ae3c93e02f0bb166f8ad833e4a1071 architecture framework ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 is Current Standard ISO 1471 et al have long since been superseded by ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011.

If your’e going to include AFs for systems engineers you should also add TRAK https://sf.net/p/trak (which is recognised by there being a team award for this on the INCOSE site ).

anonymous Sep 3 at 7:11 pm
CommentStreams:836a7286b191b3f5ca6107361a348c9d System Requirements Elicitation There are quite a few other techniques besides interviews. Focus Groups, surveys, user stories, prototyping, QFD, Simulation and functional modeling for instance. Also business analysis is used to develop the data and requirements. Mission analysis is common in defense programs, business analysis in commercial programs. anonymous Aug 22 at 5:24 pm
CommentStreams:6995ec2df4d41cfbe6b8af9c54a0347d life cycle Canhductu1980@SEBoKv20/released.com Canhnhi123 anonymous Jul 30 at 5:05 pm
CommentStreams:C928fd6c405beac73b3e5f9847f84bb4 A Practical Guide to SysML: The Systems Modeling Language Linked Title is Missing Hello. What went wrong? This page is missing a key characteristic, can you guess? It is complete otherwise, so I say.

And thank you.

anonymous Jul 22 at 10:40 pm
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