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Systems Engineering What Do SEs Do?
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From Systems Engineering , Kosisakoff & Sweet, Wiley 2003 As Seen By…
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From Systems Engineering , Kosisakoff & Sweet, Wiley 2003 Domain of SE
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Domain of Systems Engineers Vertical: To Any Technical Level Horizontal: Across the System Interfaces: All Internal and External  Technical, Cost, and Schedule Development,  and Risk Assessment Ultimately, anything affecting system  development and operation in a mission- and  publicly-acceptable manner
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System Engineering Roles Role Abbr. Short Name 1 RO Requirements Owner 2 SD System Designer 3 SA System Analyst 4 VV Validation/Verification Engr. 5 LO Logistics/Operations Engr. 6 *RE *Risk Engr. 7 CI Customer Interface 8 TM Technical Manager 9 IM Information Manager 10 PE Process Engineer 11 CO Coordinator 12 # GE *General Engr. Defined in paper as “Glue” engr.   # Defined in paper as “Classified Ad” engr. From “Twelve System Engineering Roles”, Sarah Sheard, 1996, Proceedings of the INCOSE 6 th Annual International Symposium
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A Proposed Condensation… Customer Interface (define, understand) Requirements (“what”)
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