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31 March 2012: Architecture Development and the Systems Engineer

by Communications Team on April 16, 2012  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

2012_03_31_Students_of_TutorialOn Saturday, 31 March, Mr. Richard (Dick) Taylor of Evolver, Inc presented a four hour tutorial on Systems Architecture Development. Mr. Taylor  is also an Adjunct Professor for the UMBC College of Engineering and Information Technology, Systems Engineering Graduate Programs, where he teaches ENEE 661: System Architecture and Design. Mr. Taylor’s main emphasis within this tutorial was the three technical processes contained within the life cycle that a Systems Architect is really concerned with. Mr. Taylor explained that the requirements definition process is the most crucial of these three areas and mostly overlooked by people who are not experienced in Systems Architecture development.

This Tutorial was at capacity with nearly 50 students signed up to receive this training. Most found most the lecture and teaching very enlightening. The course was interactive with much discussion regarding some of the evolving best practices in this area. As always The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter would like to thank the Applied Physics Laboratory for supporting this tutorial through use of their facility.

Download Dick Taylor’s Architecture Tutorial Slides here

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