1 - Course Overview EMIS7305 Spring 2011

1 - Course Overview EMIS7305 Spring 2011 - BOBBYB.LYLE...

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1 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Course Information and Administration Dr. Jerrell T. Stracener EMIS 7305 Systems Reliability, Supportability and Availability Analysis Department of Engineering Management, Information and Systems SMU BOBBY B. LYLE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING EMIS - SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PROGRAM
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2 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Course Overview
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3 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Contact Information
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4 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Instructor
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5 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Office Hours
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6 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 Assistant
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8 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 About the Course
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9 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11            Course Schedule Tuesday        Thursday 12:30 PM – 1:50 PM  12:30 PM – 1:50 PM Location: Caruth Hall 0161  First Class        Tuesday,  Jan 18  Exam 1                  Tuesday, Feb 8  (On-campus)                                                                                     Feb 7 – Feb 8 (Distance)  Exam 2                        Tuesday, March 8  (On-campus)                                                                                     March 7 – 8 (Distance)  Exam 3                        Thursday, April 7  (On-campus)                                                                                     April 6 – 7 (Distance) Final Exam        Wednesday, May 04  (On-campus)                                                                                        May 3– 4 (Distance)
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10 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 My Objectives To provide you with concepts, methods and techniques  that - are relevant to engineering practice - provide a balance between theory and   application To provide you some benefits of my many years of  industry experience - example applications - lessons learned - career guidance
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11 Systems Engineering Program 3/3/11 1111 This course is an introduction to systems reliability,  maintainability, supportability and availability,  (RMS/A) modeling and analysis with on application to  systems requirements definition and systems design  development. Both deterministic and stochastic  models are covered.  Emphasis is placed on RMS/A analyses to establish  a baseline for systems performance and to provide a  quantitative basis for systems trade-offs.  Course Description
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12 Systems Engineering
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