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by Communications Team on September 7, 2015  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

September 19, 2015

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Howard Eisner Dr. Howard Eisner, Retired Professor Emeritus with The George Washington University

Four Areas of Special Importance to the Systems Engineer

Presentation: Amidst the various aspects of systems engineering dealt with over many years by the presenter, four areas stand out as being of special importance: (1) The Systems Approach, (2) System Architecting and Design, (3) Computing Detection and False Alarm Probabilities, and (4) a “Top Ten” List for Systems Integration. The systems approach is made specific with a discussion of ten subordinate areas. System architecting is examined in some detail, resulting in a definitive procedure that explicitly considers an analysis of alternatives. Detection and false alarm probability calculations are demonstrated, including tradeoffs between the five key variables. Finally, the complex matter of systems integration is explored.

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