Decision trees examples
Decision tree example 1995 UG exam
Your company is considering whether it should tender for two contracts
(MS1 and MS2) on offer from a government department for the supply of
certain components. The company has three options:
tend

Exercise 1
A lock requires the user to enter a combination of 3 digits to open. Once the lock is open,
pushing any digit will close it back. Assume that the combination is d1 d2 d3.
Draw a Finite State Machine describing the lock. State your hypothesis if

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
An Introduction to Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering, Chapter 1
A. Sage, Wiley, 1992
Characteristics of systems engineering
Systems engineering is a management technology,
involving the interaction of sci

J Forensic Sci, Jan. 2003, Vol. 48, No. 1
Paper ID JFS2001171_481
Available online at: www.astm.org
William C. Thompson,1 J.D., Ph.D.; Franco Taroni,2,3 Ph.D.; and Colin G. G. Aitken,4
Ph.D.
How the Probability of a False Positive Affects the Value of
DNA

Penney Ante
503
Penney Ante: Counterintuitive
Probabilities in Coin Tossing
R.S. Nickerson
5 Gleason Road
Bedford, MA 01730
r.nickerson@tufts.edu
Abstract
Coin-tossing is generally viewed as the quintessential example of a random
process. We focus on some

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
Intuition Randomness Probabilities
Sources
Leonard Mlodinow,
The Drunkard's Walk:
How Randomness
Rules Our Lives,
Pantheon, 2008.
ISBN: 0375424040
EMP 5102 Systems Engineering and Integration G.-V. Jourdan Intu

The Difficulty of Faking Data
Theodore P. Hill
Most people have preconceived
notions of randomness that often dif
fer substantially from true random
ness. A classroom favori te is the
counterintuitive fact that, in a ran
domly selected group of 23 people,

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
Finite State Machines
Sources
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C. Cassandras, S. Lafortune, Introduction to
Discrete Event Systems, Kluwer Academic
Publishers,1999. ISBN: 0-79-238609-4
J. Hopcroft, R. Motwani, J. Ullman, Introduction to
Au

A Quick Introduction to the
Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Based on slides from chapter 5 of
Software Engineering, 9th Edition
Ian Sommerville
Addison Wesley, 2010
(samples taken from the Mental Health Care Patient
Management System, MHC-PMS
http:/ifs.ho

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
Finite State Machines
Sources
n
n
C. Cassandras, S. Lafortune, Introduction to
Discrete Event Systems, Kluwer Academic
Publishers,1999. ISBN: 0-79-238609-4
J. Hopcroft, R. Motwani, J. Ullman, Introduction to
Au

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IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMMUNICATIONS, VOL. C O M - ~ ZNO. 7, JULY 1984
,
NJ.From1971to1972,he
was an NSF Senior Postdoctoral Fellow at the
University of Hawaii, Honolulu. From 1979 to 1980he was a Guggenheim
Fellow at the University of California at S

A Model-Based Approach for Crawling Rich Internet Applications
MUSTAFA EMRE DINCTURK, GUY-VINCENT JOURDAN,
and GREGOR V. BOCHMANN, University of Ottawa
IOSIF VIOREL ONUT, IBM
New Web technologies, like AJAX, result in more responsive and interactive Web a

Principl
Finite S
DAVID LEE, SENIOR MEMBER, IEEE, AND MIHALIS YANNAKAKIS
Invited Paper
With advanced computer technology, systems are getting larger
to fulfill more complicated tasks: however, they are also becoming
less reliable. Consequently, testing is

How randomness rules our life book
BIRTHDAY PARADOX
In a group of N randomly chosen persons, what is the likelihood that 2 atleast have the same
birthday?
OR
How large should be N for the probability to be more than 50%?
N
10
20
23
30
50
57
P(N)
11.7%
41.

Proceedings of the 2002 Winter Simulation Conference
E. Ycesan, C.-H. Chen, J. L. Snowdon, and J. M. Charnes, eds.
INTRODUCTION TO SIMULATION
Ricki G. Ingalls
School of Industrial Engineering and Management
322 Engineering North
Oklahoma State University

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
Intuition Randomness Probabilities
Sources
Leonard Mlodinow,
The Drunkard's Walk:
How Randomness
Rules Our Lives,
Pantheon, 2008.
ISBN: 0375424040
EMP 5102 Systems Engineering and Integration G.-V. Jourdan Intu

A Quick Introduction to the
Unified Modeling Language (UML)
Based on slides from chapter 5 of
Software Engineering, 9th Edition
Ian Sommerville
Addison Wesley, 2010
(samples taken from the Mental Health Care Patient
Management System, MHC-PMS
http:/ifs.ho

UNIVERSITY of OTTAWA
School of Information Technology and Engineering
EMP5102/MCG5173 Systems Engineering and Integration
WITNESS assignment- Model Description
Fall 2014
Model Description:
The main modules in the model are as follow:

1. In table 1, Queue_sandwichUnit is the correct name. Served is the correct term for the
attribute.
Note that the forth column (Cycle/pro) is related to the settings defined directly in the General
page of the elem

G.-V. Jourdan
EMP 5102
Decision making: example 1
Example taken from http:/people.brunel.ac.uk/~mastjjb/jeb/or/decmore.html
A government committee is considering the economic benefits of a program of
preventative flu vaccinations. If vaccinations are not

The main idea behind this lab is to simulate the processes in a sandwich and salad shop and our example
is very close to what happens at Subway.
In a sandwich shop there are different modules:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inventory

UNIVERSITYofOTTAWA
School of Information Technology and Engineering
EMP5102/MCG5173 Systems Engineering and Integration
FinalProject
Professor: Guy-Vincent Jourdan
Table of content
1. Table of Figures .1
2. List of Tables.3
3. Specification of the model .

EMP 5102 Systems
Engineering and Integration
Systems Engineering Life Cycles
Sources
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A. Sage, Systems Engineering, chapters 1 and 2,
Wiley, 1992. ISBN: 0-471-53639-3
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A. D. Hall III, Three-Dimensional Morphology of
Systems Engineering
IEEE Transactions

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