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F RAMEWORKS A ND M ODELS I N E NGINEERING S YSTEMS E NGINEERING S YSTEMS D ESIGN (ESD.04J / 1.041J) SPRING 2007 P ROFESSOR J OSEPH M. S USSMAN 3-1-8, U (S PRING ) FAMES—P OSSIBLE S PECIALTY A REAS F EBRUARY 22, 2007 J. S USSMAN We plan to give lectures on various methods that we anticipate being of value to you in the class project. These include The CLIOS Process Risk Assessment Benefit-Cost Analysis However, as I mentioned in class, there are other methods/concepts that could be of value and that individual students might find of value to learn something about with an eye to applying them to the project. Below, you will find a list of such methods/concepts. Please indicate which ones you have an interest in below. We will try to work with individual students—providing references and some out-of-class time—to build up your knowledge base so that you can apply the methods/ concepts within your group on the project. This doesn’t obligate you to anything!
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Unformatted text preview: We just want to get the lay of the land. Thanks. NAME: ________________________ Methods / Concepts System Dynamics (Sterman, et al) Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) Strategy Processes Probabilistic Simulation Methods Network Design (e.g. routing and schedules) Scenario Planning (Peter Schwartz, et al) Stakeholder Analysis (Hoffman, et al) Organizational Design and Transformations Institutional, Legal and Political Issues Environmental Policy Energy Policy Nuclear Issues (e.g. energy source, proliferation, etc.) Others? Please indicate: ________________________________________________ Cite as: Joseph Sussman, course materials for ESD.04J Frameworks and Models in Engineering Systems, Spring 2007. MIT OpenCourseWare (http://ocw.mit.edu), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Downloaded on [DD Month YYYY]....
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