577 lecture 3 - IE/PSY 577 Session 6 System Concept and Human Error IE/PSY 577 Session 6 A system is broadly defined as any process or product that

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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 A system is broadly defined as any process or product that accepts inputs and delivers outputs 2 A system is an aggregation of elements organized in some structure (usually hierarchical) to accomplish system goals and objectives
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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 Transportation System Inputs : People, goods to be transported to a destination, fuel, ehicles, and other resources 3 vehicles, and other resources necessary to complete the task Outputs : The individuals and goods delivered to a specific destination, wear on vehicles and pollution
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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 Traffic light Controller System Inputs : Cars driving ver sensor; pedestrians 4 over sensor; pedestrians pushing the walk button Outputs : The colored lights in each direction
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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 Car Subsystem Inputs : Fuel, water, attery power, and 5 battery power, and the commands of the driver Outputs : Movement, heat, and pollution
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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 MIL-STD-499A Systems engineering is the application of scientific and ngineering efforts to : 6 engineering efforts to : Transform an operational need into a description of system performance parameters and a system configuration using an iterative process of definition, synthesis, analysis, design, test and evaluation
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IE/PSY 577 Session 6 Integrate related technical parameters and ensure compatibility of all physical, functional, and program interfaces in a manner that optimizes e total system definition and design 7 the total system definition and design Integrate reliability, maintainability, safety, survivability, human, and other such factors into the total engineering effort to meet cost, schedule, and performance objectives
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Session 6 The principal top level function of systems engineering is to ensure that the system satisfies s requirements throughout its 8 its requirements throughout its life cycle. Everything else follows from this function.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course IE 577 taught by Professor Robert,p during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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577 lecture 3 - IE/PSY 577 Session 6 System Concept and Human Error IE/PSY 577 Session 6 A system is broadly defined as any process or product that

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