The Art of Systems Architecting
Linear Systems Theory
Fuzzy Rule Based Computer Design
Fuzzy Rule-Based Modeling with Applications to Geophysical, Biological, and Engineering Systems
Jeffrey O. Grady
May 19, 2010
The second edition of a bestseller, System Management: Planning, Enterprise Identity, and Deployment demonstrates how to make systems development work for any organization. Updated with new chapters, examples, and figures, it discusses the optimum marriage between specific program planning and a...
Mark W. Maier
January 06, 2009
If engineering is the art and science of technical problem solving, systems architecting happens when you don’t yet know what the problem is. The third edition of a highly respected bestseller, The Art of Systems Architecting provides in-depth coverage of the least understood part of systems design...
July 27, 1999
The most difficult questions facing organizations today do not have scientifically or mathematically provable solutions. Many answers that do exist depend upon time and circumstance. Systems Architecting of Organizations: Why Eagles Can't Swim tackles a very difficult dilemma: how do even highly...
Ferenc Szidarovszky, A. Terry Bahill
November 25, 1997
This second edition comprehensively presents important tools of linear systems theory, including differential and difference equations, Laplace and Z transforms, and more.Linear Systems Theory discusses:Nonlinear and linear systems in the state space form and through the transfer function...
James N Martin
November 14, 1996
Systems Engineering Guidebook: A Process for Developing Systems and Products is intended to provide readers with a guide to understanding and becoming familiar with the systems engineering process, its application, and its value to the successful implementation of systems development projects. The...
John R. Newport
October 09, 1995
This book provides the theory and some examples of rule based reasoning applied to computer design. The presentation begins with design methods. These include both structured, object oriented design applied to software and systems engineering using several examples. Rule based reasoning, fuzzy...
Andras - Bardossy, Lucien Duckstein
April 28, 1995
This book presents in a systematic and comprehensive manner the modeling of uncertainty, vagueness, or imprecision, alias "fuzziness," in just about any field of science and engineering. It delivers a usable methodology for modeling in the absence of real-time feedback.The book includes a short...
Jeffrey O. Grady
February 22, 1995
This book shows the reader how to write a system engineering management plan (SEMP) that reflects the company's identity and is appropriate to most customers' requirements, e.g., MIL-STD-499, ISO 9001, the U.S. Air Force Integrated Management System, and EIA STD 632.The first section of this book...
Jeffrey O. Grady
July 08, 1994
System Integration presents the systems approach to complex problem solving and provides a powerful base for both product and process integration. This unique reference describes 27 kinds of integration work, primarily obtained through human communications. Simple computer applications-already in...
Ioannis K. Argyros, Ferenc Szidarovszky
September 15, 1993
The Theory and Applications of Iteration Methods focuses on an abstract iteration scheme that consists of the recursive application of a point-to-set mapping. Each chapter presents new theoretical results and important applications in engineering, dynamic economic systems, and input-output systems....
A. Wayne Wymore
April 05, 1993
Model-Based Systems Engineering explains the fundamental theories behind model-based systems and the considerations involved in applying theory to the design of real systems. The book begins by presenting terms used in systems engineering and introducing the discrete system and its components. The...
William L. Chapman, A. Terry Bahill, A. Wayne Wymore
September 16, 1992
Engineering Modeling and Design is a comprehensive systems engineering text that focuses on systematic principles for designing systems. Concurrent engineering, which requires that from the very start of a project all players (e.g., engineering, maintenance, marketing, customers) are involved as...