A System Engineering Framework and Its Evaluation
An argument has been developed (Boarder, 1995(b)) for resolving the implicit convolution in the terms systems and systems engineering.’ system engineering’, it is concluded, is a process conducted over a’ systems engineering’ position.’ system engineering’ differentiates and integrates, with respect to a specific system requirement, diverse issues while delivering emergent properties into an environment and satisfying laws of traceability and tractability.
KeywordsSystem Engineering System Engineer Acceptance Criterion Emergent Property Configuration Management
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