01-2 - Systems Design Dr. Vladimir Boginski UF-REEF Course...

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Systems Design Dr. Vladimir Boginski UF-REEF
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Course topics System design process conceptual, preliminary, and detailed design requirements tools and evaluation methods Engineering tools for systems design and analysis, including decision making and economic evaluation models optimization techniques queuing theory System design for: reliability maintainability usability supportability producibility affordability
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Text Primary text: B. S. Blanchard and W. J. Fabrycky, Systems Engineering and Analysis, 4th ed., 2005, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0131869779 Supplementary texts: B. S. Blanchard, Systems Engineering Management, 3rd ed., 2003, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN: 0471291765 G.Q. Huang, Design for X: Concurrent Engineering Imperatives, 1996, Champan & Hall, ISBN: 0412787504
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Course work Homework Several homework assignments, 20% each Exams one midterm and one final, 25% each Team project 30% can be an implementation of the course material, or a literature survey
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Letter grades 90 – 100 A 85 – 89 B+ 80 – 84 B 75 – 79 C+ 70 – 74 C 0 – 69 D
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6 Expectations from you Read the textbook and supplementary materials Digest the material, don’t just try to memorize something for exam. Do your homework on time and with care. See me or the TAs whenever you have questions.
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Chapter 1 System Science and Engineering
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Definition: system A system is a set of interrelated components working together towards some common objective or purpose.
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