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INEG 4433– Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 INEG 4433 Systems Engineering and Management Lesson 11: Value Modeling
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INEG 4433– Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 Where are We? Last Time Functional Analysis Next Time Problem Definition Summary This Time Problem Definition Overview Problem Definition Overview Input-Output Matrix Input-Output Matrix Value Modeling Value Modeling
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INEG 4433– Systems Engineering and Management LSN 8 The System Decision Process
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 Where are We? Input-Output Modeling By-products Intended Uncontrollable Controllable Life-cycle Phases Retirement Upgrade Implementation Design Concept Outputs Inputs Operation SYSTEM or PROCESS Controllable Uncontrollable OUTPUTS By-Products Intended INPUTS “Black Box” Environmental characteristics that influence performance Physical Human Information Economic “Transformation” Can be bad or good Goals Objectives of the system
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 SYSTEM or PROCESS Controllable Uncontrollable OUTPUTS By-Products Intended INPUTS “Black Box” Environmental characteristics that influence performance Physical Human Information Economic “Transformation” Can be bad or good Goals Objectives of the system
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 The I-O Matrix Operation
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 Examples Examples Redesign Redesign U of A Parking System U of A Parking System Design Design Fayetteville Running Fayetteville Running Trail Trail
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 U of A Parking System Controllable Uncontrollable OUTPUTS By-Products Intended INPUTS “Black Box” “Transformation” P: Location, Structure Type, Size H: Security Personnel, E: Maintenance, Design and Implementation Costs I: Cameras, Information bulletins, Signs Weather Personnel entering U of A Money for project Historical society restrictions? Goals: Make parking closer/easier to use More parking available for football games Attract persons to visit U of A Objectives: Minimize time from U of A to lots/bus stops within Economic and Environmental constraints Good: Recruiting Visitors Bad: Burden of construction Changing system Reaction of alumni
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 The I-O Matrix
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INEG 4433 – Systems Engineering and Management LSN 11 Exercise #2 I-O Model for Fayetteville Running Trail Physical : -surface of trail - trail equipment - water fountains - safety stations - lights - maintenance station Human: - fitness level - # of runners/walkers Informational: - signs - safety stations - map of the trail Economic: - Amt. spent on surface -Amt. spent on landscaping -Amt.. spent on maintenance/upkeep -Amt. spent electrical appliances - Amt. spent on safety Fayetteville Running Trail Weather Animals Attitude Terrain Electrical Failure Use of Trail Injuries Nuclear War Increased levels of Physical fitness.
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