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					International Council on Systems Engineering

        Introduction…..Director
Susan Jones, INCOSE Region V
           for Industry Affairs
           The Aerospace Corporation
               Chantilly, VA USA
            susan.e.jones@aero.org
Outline
Overview                               Ken Kepchar
                                     Region V Director

Technical Committees and           John Snodderly
Working Groups                         President Elect
                            Past Technical Board Chair

Education and Research TC             Dennis Buede
                            Technical Committee Chair

Chesapeake Chapter                    Jerry Woodall
                                    Chapter President

Washington Metro Area Chapter        Bruce Shelton
                                    Chapter President

Southern Maryland Chapter                 Karl Geist
                                    Chapter President
Our Past
Started in 1990 by 35 US leaders as National
  Council on Systems Engineering (NCOSE)
First Annual Symposium held in 1991
Most early members from defense/aerospace
Most early activity focused on sharing within the
  organization
Became International (INCOSE) in 1996
             Our Present
 INCOSE is an international authoritative body
promoting the application of an interdisciplinary
 systems approach to enable the realization of
             successful systems
Our Present
Steady growth in membership with increasing
  diversity
Non-US participation and leadership has
  increased significantly
Key participant in industry standards and models
Increasing collaboration between university,
  industry, and government
Affiliations/interactions with other professionals
  bodies and industry societies to produce shared
  outcomes
INCOSE Goals
Provide a focal point for dissemination of
  knowledge
Promote collaboration in systems engineering
  education and research
Establish professional standards for integrity
  in the practice of systems engineering
Improve professional status of all people
  engaged in the of practice of systems
  engineering
Encourage support from government and
  industry for research and educational
  programs


                                                 6
INCOSE Regions

     I IV   III
    II
       V          VI




                       7
INCOSE Governance Structure
Board of Directors
  Executive Committee (officers)
Corporate Advisory Board
Technical Board
  Technical Committees (7)
     Working Groups/ Interest Groups (30+)
     Systems Engineering Center of Excellence
Administrative Committees (5)
     Chapters, Communications, Membership,
      Symposium, Ways & Means
Central Office
                                                8
Corporate Advisory Board
 Consists of one representative from each corporate
  sponsor (37 and growing)
 Provides recommendations to INCOSE on overall
  direction, focus, and priorities
 Acts as a conduit between INCOSE and sponsoring
  corporations for resolving key issues
 Seeks to influence the future of systems
  engineering standards, practices, education,
  research and other key issues


NASA joined as a CAB Member in 1999


                                                 9
     CAB Members
   Aerojet                                    Motorola
   The Aerospace Corporation                  National Aeronautics and Space
   Astrium GmbH                                Administration
   BAE Systems                                Naval Air Systems Command
   The Boeing Company                         Naval Surface Warfare Center - Dahlgren
   Boeing Satellite Systems                    Division
   Boeing - Military Aircraft & Missiles      Northrop Grumman Corporation
    Systems                                    Raytheon Systems Company
   C.S. Draper Laboratory                     Raytheon Systems Company/Texas
   The Defence Evaluation and Research        Rockwell Collins Avionics &
    Agency                                      Communications
   Delphi Automotive Systems                  Science Application International
   EADS Military Aircraft Division             Corporation
   Department of Energy - Idaho               Structural Dynamics Research Corporation
   General Dynamics Corporation               Software Productivity Consortium
   Honeywell International                    TRW Systems & Information Technology
                                                Group
   Israel Aircraft Industries
                                               Telelogic AB
   Jet Propulsion Laboratory
                                               Thomson-CSF Racal PLC
   Litton/PRC
                                               United Technologies
   Litton/TASC
                                               Vitech Corporation
   Lockheed Martin Corporation
                                               Xerox Corporation
   The MITRE Corporation
INCOSE Membership Benefits
INCOSE Journal
INSIGHT
Symposia, Workshops, Conferences
Membership discounts
Early visibility into emerging standards
Knowledge of engineering from a global perspective
Means to tap expertise of industry experts
Networking with colleagues from around the world

…..and more
   Chapters                     Interest Group
       Region
                                 Branch

         Geographical      Domains


                   INCOSE
                  Networking


          Technical      Professional

     Committee                 Disciplines

Working Groups                  Joint Activities
               Our Future
   INCOSE is the world’s premier engineering
professional society for enabling holistic solutions
              to problems and needs
(1) Provide high value products and services
  and opportunities for professional networking

(2) Position INCOSE as a unifying force across
  engineering communities and related
  specialties

(3) Promote growth through diversification of
  stakeholder base and products/services




        Six Strategic Priorities
(4) Attract highly qualified leaders and provide
  infrastructure and balanced leadership
  organization to accomplish targeted initiatives

(5) Gain further recognition of the importance of
  systems engineering

(6) Achieve wide acceptance of INCOSE as
  the leading systems engineering society




        Six Strategic Priorities
Develop products and services to foster
  advancement of individual member’s knowledge
     SE Body of Knowledge
Examine means to create partnerships between
  industry & universities
     Academic Forum
Foster selected research opportunities through
  INCOSE Systems Engineering Center of
  Excellence (SECOE)
Expand the circulation of the INCOSE journal


                     Advancement
Sponsor/participate in targeted conferences
     Many regional/chapter events, and INCOSE track
      at Software Technology Conference
     34th Engineering and Technical Management
      Conference (EIA/GEIA, INCOSE, NDIA)
     2nd European Systems Engineering Conference
Continue participation and leadership in standards
     ISO, IEEE, EIA and others
Offer INCOSE's expertise and participation in
  selected industry initiatives/advisory boards
      BOD voted yes; opportunities being identified

                           Influence
2001 International Symposium
Other Events
Regional Conferences
  Events hosted by regions or chapters with most
   of the elements of the annual symposium
Chapter Events
  Local events which may include chapter
    business meetings, special working sessions,
    tutorials, speakers
Working/Interest Group Meetings
  Events held in one location or as virtual
   meetings with focus on a particular
   product or topic area
SUMMARY
 Local Chapters Sponsor a Variety of
  Activities of Interest for NASA Personnel
 The Mid-Atlantic Chapters Work Together
  to Bring Quality Programs to their
  Members
 The Chapter Meetings and Programs
  Provide an Avenue
    – For Attendees to Exchange Ideas
    – Learn New Concepts to Employ at Work
    – Develop New Resources for Research
  International Council on Systems Engineering

Advancing the State of the Art in
                 Engineering
       SystemsINCOSE President Elect
 John Snodderly,
   and Past Technical Committee Chair
         Defense Systems Management College
                 Fort Belvoir, VA USA
              john.snodderly@incose.org
An international body comprised of leading
organizations and experts contributing to the body of
knowledge on systems engineering
An organization whose leadership and members are
recognized as having the highest expertise to solve
systems problems
A contributing partner in strategic alliances with other
professional societies and leading universities
worldwide
A center of competence for research, theory, and
practices applied to systems challenges
                           INCOSE is the world’s
         premier engineering professional society
  for enabling holistic solutions to problems and
                                            needs
WHY is INCOSE Needed ?

 Is   the world of SE in trouble today?
 How    would you know?
 What    are some recent examples that
  point out a lack of SE?
DoD SE Problems
   ―USAF Urges F-22 Production Without Test- …ready to move
    into its production phase even if an important software
    milestone, which legally must be reached first, is not passed‖*

   ―Software Pushes Up JSF Price Tag to $31 Million -
    …Marketplace changes, the software went straight up. Turns
    out it was more for software than we thought.‖*

   ―…A draft report from the GAO, a government watchdog agency
    here, charges that the JSF program is rushing to the
    engineering manufacturing and development stage before
    critical technologies have matured.‖*

 ―Integrating JSF engine-control software with avionics software
  has proven challenging.‖*
*Defense news April 10, 2000
     From the Mars Climate Orbiter Mishap
     Investigation Board Phase I Report:
   Absence of a mission systems engineer during the operations phase to
    provide the bridge between the spacecraft system, the instrument system
    and the ground/operations system.

   Lack of identification of acceptable risk by the operations team in the
    context of the ―Faster, Better, Cheaper‖ philosophy.

   Navigation requirements set at too high a management level, insufficient
    flowdown of requirements and inadequate validation of these
    requirements.

   Several significant system and subsystem design and development
    issues, uncovered after the launch of the Mars Climate Orbiter

   Inadequate attention, within the system engineering process, to the
    transition from development to operations.
From the Wide-field Infrared Explorer Mishap
Investigation Board Report (Briefing by Darrell
Branscome, Board Chair):
   ―Detailed, independent technical peer reviews are essential.
    Furthermore, it is essential that peer reviews be done to assess
    the integrity of the system design, including an evaluation of
    system/mission consequences of the detailed design and
    implementation.‖

   ―Perform electronics power turn-on characterization tests,
    particularly for applications involving irreversible events.‖

   ―Test for correct functional behavior and test for anomalous
    behavior, especially during initial turn-on and power-on reset
    conditions.‖
From Lewis Spacecraft Mission Failure
Investigation Board Report:

   Especially in ―Faster, Better, Cheaper‖ projects, communication
    of decisions to senior NASA and contractor management is
    essential to successful program implementation.

   ―Requirements changes without adequate resource
    adjustments‖ indirectly contributed to the failure.

   ―Inadequate engineering discipline‖ indirectly contributed to the
    failure.

   ―The Government and the contractor must be clear on the
    mutual roles and responsibilities of all parties, including the level
    of reviews and what is required of each side and each
    participant in the Integrated Product Development Team.‖
From the ―Faster, Better, Cheaper‖ Study
(Briefing by Tony Spear):

   NASA must pick capable PMs. PMs should be ―certified.‖

   Important to communicate project risks to project team, senior
    management, and to the public. PMs should project a ―risk
    profile‖ or ―risk signature‖ at start of project, monitor for changes
    over life of project and explain them.

   Peer reviews must include the ―right‖ people.

   For a lander mission, it’s important to have telemetry on
    spacecraft descent.

   PMs must pick capable project teams. Certification of project
    team members should be considered.
    Orlando Figueroa's 5 major
    points
   Engineering Excellence in NASA
    – Advance Engineering excellence in NASA & Strengthen
      Systems Engineering
   Process Documentation
    – PAPAC (Agency -wide process) Policy 7120
   Promote infrastructure to move to a collaborative
    environment
    – Advanced Engineering Environments
   NASA Collaboration with National & International
    bodies(i.e. INCOSE)
   Stimulate NASA Engineering participation in National
    Academy of Engineering
How does INCOSE Advance the
SE State of the Art?
 Through innovative INCOSE Technical
  Board Products & Services
 Provide Products and services by
  INCOSE Working Groups & Interests
  Groups
 Examples
                                                 Technical Committees
                                                           Hierarchy Diagram

                  Technical                                     Technical
                   Board                                       Committees



Education & Research             SE Applications               Measurement               Process & Methods               Standards
Technical Committee            Technical Committee          Technical Committee         Technical Committee         Technical Committee

    Education Development        Comm & Public Internet         Capability Assessment            Principles
       Working Group                Working Group                 Working Group                Working Group
                                                                                                                      SE Management
      Concepts & Terms               Space Systems                  Measurement              Systems Architecture   Technical Committee
       Working Group                 Working Group                 Working Group               Working Group

                                     Resource Mgmt.                                                                       Requirements
   Education Measurements            Working Group                                             Human Systems              Working Group
       Working Group                                         Modeling & Tools                  Working Group
                                                            Technical Committee
                                  Telecommunications.                                                                    Risk Management
   Systems & Supportability         Working Group                                              SE Handbook                Working Group
      Interface Research                                           Tools Database              Working Group
   Working Group (SECOE)          Joint Comm. Aircraft             Working Group
                                                                                                                       SE Mgmt Methodology
                                     Working Group                                           SE and the Internet          Working Group
     Systems Engineering
                                                                  Tools Integration            Interest Group
      Body of Knowledge           Environmental Systems            Working Group
   (SE BOK) Working Group            Working Group                                                                    Verification & Validation
                                                                                                                            Interest Group
                                                                Model-Driven System
          Motor Vehicles.         Infrastructure Systems
                                                                Design Working Group
          Interest Group              Working Group                                                                     Configuration Mgmt.
                                                                                                                          Interest Group
                                                                Information Model &
      Railway Transportation          Health Care
                                                               Process Working Group
          Interest Group             Interest Group

                                                                    Soft Systems
                                                                   Interest Group                                                        1.2
Systems Engineering Applications
  Technical Committee (SEATC)
                 Excerpts from:
 International Workshop Summary Presentation
                   Mesa, AZ

                January 2001
          Dr. William Mackey, Chair
           Ralph Godau, Co-Chair
          Scott Jackson, Co-Chair
           Pat Sweeney, Co-Chair
Systems Engineering Applications
Technical Committee Charter
   Foster formation and operation of working
    groups and interest groups

    – Specific application domains
    – Across domains


   Examine systems engineering tools, techniques,
    and processes within specific application
    domains

   WG/IGs grow from a core WG (the CPIWG) into
    specific application domain WG/IGs
     Interfaces With Other Technical
     Committees and Working Groups

Cross Applications
                          INSIGHT        UMUC           Joint
Commercial and Public    V1-I3-1998     Profiles      Symposium
                                                        Panel
Interest

Specific Applications
                                                                   Aircraft
Commercial Aircraft                                               Guidelines
                                        UNLV
Environmental Systems                  Seminar

Infrastructure Systems    INSIGHT
                         V2-I2-1999
Engineering
Resource Management
Space Systems
Telecommunications
Health Care
                          INSIGHT
Motor Vehicles           V3-I3-2000
                                      U. Birming
Railway Transportation                Rail Activity
Where We Are Today
   Transportation Sector—Ashok Jain

    – Joint Commercial Aircraft Working Group (JCAWG)—
      Greg Mathers, and Erwin Duurland
    – Motor Vehicles Interest Group (MVIG)—Paul Berry
    – Railway Transportation Interest Group (RWTIG)—
      John Williams and Jeff Allan

   Resources Sector—Ralph Godau

    – Infrastructure Systems Engineering Working Group
      (ISEWG)—Pat Sweeney and Ralph Godau
    – Resource Management Working Group (RMWG)—
      Ted Dolton and Bill Cutler
    – Environment Systems Working Group (ESWG)—Ralph Hill
Where We Are Today (Cont’d)

   Public Services Sector—Pat Sweeney

    – Commercial and Public Interest Working Group—
      Jerry Bauknight and William Mackey
    – Space Systems Working Group (SSWG)—
      David Durham and Ray Granata
    – Telecommunications Working Group (TELWG)—
      Martin Warner and Ruediger Kaffenberger
    – Health Care Interest Group (HCIG)—John Zaleski and
      Orlando Illi
SEATC Accomplishments

   Approximately 242 SE applications papers have
    been presented in 20 commercial and public
    interest domains at the Symposia from 1992 to 2000

   The SEATC has offered application specific
    sessions at the symposia since 1996

   Nine symposia panels and five regional seminars in
    commercial and public interest domains have been
    presented
SEATC Accomplishments (Cont’d)
   Key products include:

    – SE Applications Profiles Document (Version 3.0 on WEB)
    – SE Applications Organization Document (Version 1.0 on WEB)
    – Edited three commercial themed issues of INSIGHT (1998. 1999,
      2000)
    – Framework for the Application of SE in the Commercial Aircraft
      Domain (Version 1.2 Released in July 2000)
    – Telecommunications Industry Application Guidebook (TBD)
    – Space Systems Application Guidebook (TBD)

   44 professional papers and 5 SE Applications Panels were
    conducted at the Minneapolis, MN Symposium

   Several volunteer SE projects are underway in San Francisco
    Bay Area Chapter and other local chapters
         Systems Engineering Applications Domains
*   1.   Agriculture                        14.   Housing and Building Systems
*   2.   Commercial Aircraft              * 15.   Information Systems
*   3.   Commercial Avionics              * 16.   Manufacturing
*   4.   Criminal Justice and Legal       * 17.   Medical Devices
         Systems                          * 18.   Motor Vehicles
  5.     Drug Abuse Prevention            * 19.   Natural Resource Management
* 6.     Emergency Systems                  20.   Political and Public Interest
* 7.     Energy                                   Systems
* 8.     Environment Restoration          * 21.   Service Industries
* 9.     Facilities Systems Engineering   * 22.   Space Systems
  10.    Food Service                       23.   Telecommunications
  11.    Geographic Information Systems     24.   Transportation
*
  12.    Health Care                        25.   Urban Planning
*
* 13.    Highway Transportation Systems     26.   Waste Management and
                                                  Disposal
    *Applications domains currently represented in document
Standards Technical Committee



             January 2001

          James Martin, Chair
        John Velman, Co-Chair
       Alain Faisandier, Co-Chair




                                    1.1
Current SE Standards
   ANSI/EIA-632
    – Processes for Engineering a System, Dec 1998
    – www.geia.org/eoc/G47/main.html              Co-developed
   EIA/IS-731                                    by INCOSE
    – Systems Engineering Capability Model, Dec 1998
    – www.geia.org/eoc/G47/main.html
   IEEE 1220
    – Application and Management of the Systems
      Engineering Process, 1998
   ECSS-E-10A
    – System Engineering, Apr 1996
    – European Cooperation for Space Standardization
    – www.estec.esa.nl/ecss/standard/status.html
International Standards
(under development)
   System Life Cycle Processes, ISO/IEC 15288
    – JTC1/SC7/WG7
   SE Capability Maturity, ISO/IEC 15504 (SPICE)
    – JTC1/SC7/WG10

   SE Data Exchange, ISO 10303-AP233
    – TC184/SC4/WG3/T8
   Systems Engineering (Space Systems)
    – TC20/SC14
    – To adopt ECSS-E-10 as ISO standard
Other Standards
(under development)
   Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
    – National Defense Industry Alliance (NDIA)
    – Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)
   System Architecture, IEEE P1471
    – INCOSE Architecture WG working this task
   Engineering Management Book of Knowledge
    (EMBOK)
    – IEEE Engineering Mgmt Society
   Project Management Book of Knowledge
    (PMBOK)
    – Project Management Institute (PMI)
    – Currently available, but upgrades are planned
    Liaison Activities
          INTERNATIONAL                             UNITED STATES
   ISO JTC1/SC7, Technical Liaison          EIA G47, Systems Engineering
     – Robert Halligan appointed by BOD       Committee
     – Standards 15288/15504 under            – TBD, primary
       authority of SC7 working groups        – Richard Harwell, alternate
   ISO 15288, System Life Cycle             AIAA, Systems Engineering
    Processes                                 Technical Committee
     – SC7 Liaison, Robert Halligan           – Informal POC is Richard Harwell
   ISO 15504, Systems Engrg                  – Formal liaison being considered
    Capability Model                         IEEE, Systems Engineering
     – SC7 Liaison, Robert Halligan           Standards Committee
   ISO 10303-AP233, STEP Systems             – Liaison being worked with Paul
    Engrg Data Exchange                         Croll
     – POC is Sylvain Barbeau
     – David Oliver, INCOSE Liaison
Chapters - Technical Board
Combined Efforts

  Positive   Steps taken for cooperative
   efforts
  Potential Funding of Special Projects By
   Chapters
   – EIA AP233 UML Effort
   – GEIA G-47
INSIGHT Magazine for July

 Reports from INCOSE’s
 Technical Board,
 Technical Committees and
 Working Groups
INCOSE Technical Journal



 Quarterly Publication
 Refereed Journal
 Andy Sage GMU Editor
Commercial Aircraft
Guidebook
  Draft Circulated for
  comment July 00        DRAFT


                                 Framework for the Application
                                    of Systems Engineering
                                             in the
                                  Commercial Aircraft Domain



                                      Version 1.1

                                     Jun 15, 2000
Establishment of Liaisons for
Standards
 Definition of Liaison - ―A linking up or
  connecting of the parts of a whole, as of
  military units, in order to bring about
  proper coordination of activities*‖
 Robert Halligan SC-7 Liaison for 15288
 David Oliver AP-233 Liaison
 Richard Harwell EIA/G-47 Liaison


                          * Webster New World Dictionary
SE Handbook Update


Handbook currently
                     SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

  being reviewed.         HANDBOOK

                                               A ―HOW TO‖ GUIDE
                                                For All Engineers


                                                                   Version 2.0

                                                                January 2000




                                                                                                                 Methodologies
                                       How To                                                                      & Tools
                                        Do It
                                                                        Technical Management

                                                             Planning        Assessment             Control
                                                             Process          Process               Process


                                                  Plans,                                                      Outcomes
                                                Directives                   Acquisition                          &
                                                 & Status                     & Supply                        Feedback
                                                                               Supply
                                                                               Process

                                                                              Acquisition
                                                                               Process

                                                                                     Requirements
                                                                                                                                    Examples
                                                                               System
                     Steps                                                     Design

                                 Acquisition                               Requirements                                   System
                                  Request                                 Definition Process                             Products
                                                                          Solution Definition
                                                                               Process


                                                                                       Designs

                                                                              Product
                                                                             Realization

                                                                           Implementation
                                                                              Process
                                                                           Transition to Use
                                                                               Process

                             References                                              Products
                                                                                                                              Metrics
                                                                        Technical Evaluation

                                                    Systems       Requirements        System          End Products
                                                    Analysis       Validation        Verification      Validation
                                                    Process         Process           Process           Process
Proposed INCOSE SE BoK similar to PMI-
PM BoK and ISO-SE BoK

   Advantage
    – Format widely accepted
    – Significant similarity and overlap with PMI and ISO
      models
    – Integration with other disciplines is simplified
    – Broad perspective is useful for many
    – Simplified update over a comprehensive document
   Disadvantages
    – Not comprehensive in the near to intermediate term
      thus requiring multiple references
    – Format May reduce likelihood of SE BoK becoming a
      standard
    – Requires constant monitoring of references
We need NASA’s help!

 Provide their SE technical expertise to
  INCOSE WG’s (especially Space WG)
 Provide technical input to special projects
  (I.e. SEBOK)
 Become members of our (Corporate
  Advisory Board - Orlando is NASA HQ CAB
  member), David Durham is JPL CAB member
 Attend and participate in local chapters
  activities and working groups.
  International Council on Systems Engineering

Education and Research in Systems
             Engineering Research
  Dennis Buede, Education and
           Technical Committee
              George Mason University
                  Fairfax, VA USA
                 dbuede@gmu.edu
Status of SE
Research & Education
Topics

 Activities   in the Education &
 Research TC
  – Charter and Working Groups
  – Education development WG
  – SE Body of Knowledge WG

 Research     in SE Center of Excellence
     Education and Research
     Technical Committee
   To make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-adding, activity that
    matures in a systemic manner to the satisfaction of the key stakeholder groups -
    Industry, Systems Engineers and Educators
   Chair - Dennis Buede, +1 703-993-1727, dbuede@gmu.edu
   CoChairs
     –   Phil Brown, +1 972-262-0530, phil.brown@seconcepts.com
     –   Stephen Cook, +61 8 8302 3818, stephen.c.cook@unisa.edu.au
   Education Development Working Group
     –   Define and develop databases that describe educational opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate
         level of systems engineering that can be used as a guide for formal academic programs at all levels.
   Concepts and Terms Working Group
     –   Define and document the conceptual foundations of SE within the framework of a common set of terms (with
         definitions) to support more effective communication of SE.
   Educational Measurements Working Group
     –   To assist and make Systems Engineering education a proven, value-added, activity that matures in a systemic
         manner.
   Systems and Supportability Interface Research Working Group
     –   To research cause-and-effect relationships that link system architectural and design decisions to impacts on
         system operational effectiveness and life-cycle cost in an increasingly competitive and resource constrained
         environment.
   SE Body of Knowledge Working Group
     –   To create a Guide to the SE Body of Knowledge.
Education Development WG

 SE   Bibliographies

 SE   Education and Training
 Resources
SE Bibliographies

 Overall   Bibliography
  – Started with SEFT Bibliography (53 pages)
  – Updated with Annotations by GMU M.S. Students (79
    pages)
  – Updated by Jack Fisher’s Bibliography (98 pages)
  – (To be) Updated by Don Clausing’s Bibliography

 Bibliography of SE Books
 Bibliography of Books about
  Systems
                   Goal: Update once each year
                   Publish on INCOSE web site
                   Advertise in INSIGHT
                         Books on Systems
                         Engineering
Ackoff, R.L. and Emery, F.E. (1972). On Purposeful Systems.                                             Fowlkes, W.Y. and Creveling, C.M. (1995). Engineering Methods for Robust Product Design.                  Ostwald, P.F. and Munoz, J. (1997). Manufacturing Processes and Systems.
Akao, Y.A. (1990). QFD: Integrating Customer Requirements into Product Design.                          Frankel, E.G. (1988). Systems Reliability and Risk Analysis.                                              Padulo, L. and Arbib, M. (1974). System Theory: A Unified State-Space Approach to Continuous and
Alexander, C. (1964). Notes on the Synthesis of Form.                                                   Gane, C. and Sarson, T. (1979). Structured Systems Analysis: Tools and Techniques.                        Discrete Systems. Pages, A. and Gondran, M. (1986). System Reliability: Evaluation and Prediction in
Andriole, S.J. (1996). Managing Systems Requirements: Methods, Tools, and Cases.                        Gasparski, W. (1984). Understanding Design: The Praxiological-Systemic Perspective.                       Engineering.
Asimow, M. (1962). Introduction to Design.                                                              Gheorghe, A. (1982). Applied Systems Engineering.                                                         Perrow, C. (1984). Normal Accidents: Living with High-Risk Technologies.
Athey, T.H. (1982). Systematic Systems Approach: An Integrated Method for Solving Systems
Problems.
Baumgartner, J.S. (1979). Systems Management.
Baylin, E.N. (1990). Functional Modeling of Systems.
                                                                                                    Histogram of SE Books
                                                                                                        Gibson, J.E. (1968). Introduction to Engineering Design.
                                                                                                        Glegg, G.L. (1981). The Development of Design.
                                                                                                        Glegg, G.L. (1969). The Design of Design.
                                                                                                        Goode, H.H. and Machol, R.E. (1957). System Engineering – An Introduction to the Design of Large-Scale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Perry, W.E. (1988). A Structured Approach to Systems Testing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Phadke, M. (1989). Quality Engineering Using Robust Design.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prasad, B. (1996). Concurrent Engineering Fundamentals: Integrated Product and Process
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Organization.
Beam, W.R. (1990). Systems Engineering: Architecture and Design.                                        Systems.                                                                                                  Proctor, R.W., Van Zandt, T., and Ehrenstein, A. (1993). Human Factors in Simple and Complex
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SE Education Resources
World-wide
   U.S. Programs
    – 32 M.S. and Ph.D. Programs
    – 21 B.S. Programs
   U.K. Programs
    – 5 Graduate Programs
    – 2 Undergrad Programs
 Europe – Programs embedded in other
  disciplines
 Australia – 2 Graduate Programs
 Remaining World – 3 Graduate Programs
  (Israel, South Korea, Viet Nam)
INCOSE Members from Universities
           Region V                                        Other Regions
  98 - University of Virginia                   55 - University of Arizona
  21 - Hampton University                       11 - MIT
  14 - George Mason University                  11 - US Naval Postgraduate School
  09 - University of Houston                    09 - University of California
  08 - George Washington University             06 - University of Colorado
  06 - Virginia Tech                            05 - University of Washington
  05 - University of Maryland                   05 - University of Missouri Rolla
  05 - Texas A & M University                   04 - University of Southern California
  04 - University of Alabama                    04 - University of Idaho
  04 - University of South Florida              04 - Stanford University
  04 - Georgia Tech University                  02 - United States Military Academy
  03 - Old Dominion University                  02 - University of Kansas
  02 - University of Texas                      02 - University of Michigan
  02 - Texas Tech University                    17 - 5 international universities
                    Based on November 2000 INCOSE Membership Roles
Guide to the SE Body of
Knowledge
 Goal   and Objective
 Structure   for the Guide to the SE
 BoK
 Implementation    of Guide to SE BoK
    Goal and Objective
   Short-term goal is to identify and ―connect‖ existing
    sources of knowledge through a common framework
    using document automation techniques such as links,
    tiering or outlining, hot points, etc.
   Intermediate-term is to discover or produce missing
    knowledge as indicated by the framework
   Long-term objective is to win standards bodies
    recognition of the SEBOK and INCOSE as the
    producer of the SEBOK Guide.
   Long-term goal is to create an auto-evolvable KM
    system for SEBOK.
  Org. Structure for the
  Guide to the SE BoK
I - Systems Engineering Fundamentals
   Purpose, What is a system?, What is SE?, …
II - SE Processes
   Librarian description of process views (e.g.,
   DoD, Comm’l A/C, Automotive, Int’l Aerospace)
III - Career Development of SE Practitioners
   Education & Training suppliers, standards
   bodies, professional societies, OJT
IV - SE Process Capability/Assessment
   CMM models
     Implementation of
     Guide to SE BoK
                                 ----------------- Guide Section ----------------
                                 I           II           III          IV
1. Manage development of Guide
     [Rob Leibrandt, ?]
2. Produce sections of guide     P. Brown B. Tufts J. Ring             ? CAWG?
                                 J. Clymer J. Fisher W. Wymore
3. Design / Select Usage Arch
    [Jack Ring, ?]
4. Develop references

5. Review / Test
    [Rob Leibrandt, ?]
    (Academic, Prof. Soc.,
    Stds. Bodies, Ed./Tng
    Suppliers)
    Research in the SE Center of Excellence

   Research Initiatives           Decision-based Design via
     – Value of SE and              Life-Cycle Modeling and
       Elements of SE
                                    Simulation
                                    – Create a decision architecture
     – Human Productivity in          for design decision making
       SE Activities                – Create a process for
     – SE Processes and               developing an interconnected
       Process Improvement            set of variable-resolution
                                      simulation models
     – SE Methods                   – Create a modeling structure for
           Design Techniques         the development system and
           Cost Issues               operational system with their
                                      key modes of interaction so as
           Risk and Trade
                                          to examine effective and
            Techniques
                                           ineffective development
     – SE Automation                       system structures
                                          to examine trade offs between
     – Formal Methods for SE
                                           testing and modeling
International Council on Systems Engineering

      Chesapeake Chapter
 Jerry Woodall, Chesapeake Chapter
             President
               Zyan Corporation
              jwoodall@zyan.com
•   Chartered – January 1994 with Constitution, Operating
    Plan, etc., prior to Chartering
•   Key Mission - Providing a forum and communications
    channel to exchange systems engineering information,
    questions, concepts, etc. on a local level, complementing
    the international level organization




                                                            70
                       Chesapeake Chapter Area Served
 State College
                                                    York
                                                                              Membership
     97 Members in 2001                                                      Organizations

Representing > 43 Organizations
                                                    PA

                                                            83




                                               MD                                  95
                 Fredrick

                              70                           Baltimore


                      270



                            Rockville          95
                                                    BWP

                                         495
           VA                                              50
                                    DC
                                                                       Annapolis
                      Chesapeake Chapter Area Served
State College
                                                   York
                                                                             Membership

                                                                            Organizations



                                                   PA

                                                           83

Dr. Eric W. Young           NASA/GSFC
                                              MD                                  95
                Fredrick

                             70                           Baltimore


                     270



                           Rockville          95
                                                   BWP

                                        495
          VA                                              50
                                   DC
                                                                      Annapolis
     Chesapeake Chapter Accomplishments in 2000

•   Technical Meetings – Focus on Systems Engineering
    Tools, with presentations by seven tool vendors
•   Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference – Participated with
    leader WMA in very successful technical conference in DC
•   Hosted Object Oriented SE (OOSE) Seminar – At
    JHU/APL based on earlier WMA sponsored event
•   Contributed – To review of 15288 International Standard
•   Baltimore Engineering Society – Joined as associate
    member organization: Interaction with non-aerospace,
    commercial organizations and members plus gaining access
    to excellent facilities of the Society
•   Initiated – OOSE Interest Group formation
           Chesapeake Chapter Plans for 2001

•   Technical Meetings – Every other month (March) focusing
    on OOSE IG/WG progress + new topics
•   Members Meetings – On alternate months w/topics of
    general interest (at GSFC on 21 Feb) + expansion outside
    aerospace
•   Chartered OOSE Interest Group – Chairman Jim Chism,
    IG is underway and meets at APL on designated Saturdays
•   Second Review of 15288 – Committee being formed
•   Update of Chesapeake Chapter (CSPK) Website – To
    improve communications using available tools more
    effectively      http://www.incose.org/chesapek
 International Council on Systems Engineering

Washington Metropolitan Area
          Chapter
Bruce Shelton, WMA Chapter President
                  ANSER Inc.
              Washington, DC USA
              sheltonb@anser.org
Washington Metropolitan Area
Chapter (WMA)
 Largest Chapter within INCOSE - 450+
  members
 Will Host the INCOSE 2003 International
  Symposium in Concert with the other Mid-
  Atlantic Chapters
 Hosted INCOSE Mid-Atlantic Regional
  Conference 2000
    – 200+ attendees, 10 Patrons, 19 Exhibitors
    – 60 technical papers-3 tracks, 2 panels, 4
      tutorials, 3 featured speakers
Chapter Activities
   Regular Monthly Meetings with a Special
    Guest Speaker
    – Second Tuesday of each Month
    – Tysons Corner Area
 4-6 Tutorials per Year
 Special Programs Addressing Unique
  Topics
 INCOSE on the Mall - Brown Bag Lunch
  Meetings Downtown
    WMA Programs
   Tutorials
    – Systems Engineering, Architecting, and Business
      Process Reengineering
    – Planning and Controlling Collaborative Teams
    – Object Oriented Systems Engineering Method
    – Humans and Systems: The Rest of the Story
    – Using Standard Processes in Systems Engineering
   Special Programs
    – Systems Engineering Education Open House
    – Panel Discussion - Requirements Management Tools
    – Joint Program Management Institute (PMI)-WMA
      Meeting
International Council on Systems Engineering

Southern Maryland Chapter
Karl Geist, Southern Maryland Chapter
              President
     US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division
               Patuxent River, MD USA
              geistkc@navair.navy.mil
International Council on Systems Engineering

             Summary V Director
Susan Jones, INCOSE Region
           for Industry Affairs
           The Aerospace Corporation
               Chantilly, VA USA
            susan.e.jones@aero.org
INCOSE Membership Benefits
INCOSE Journal
INSIGHT
Symposia, Workshops, Conferences
Membership discounts
Early visibility into emerging standards
Knowledge of engineering from a global perspective
Means to tap expertise of industry experts
Networking with colleagues from around the world

…..and more
Cost of Membership

 Dues   are $80 per year
  – Dues year begins in June
  – Prorated over rest of year
  – Cost to join now is $40
 Time   and effort
  – Participate in local chapter events
  – Participate in Technical Committee
    Working Groups
Upcoming Local Events
   Tutorials and Seminars
    – May 9-10, Risk Management Seminar,
      Hampton Roads, VA
    – March 24, C4ISR Architectures and Their
      Implementation Challenges
   Chapter Meetings
    – Feb 13, Systems Engineering Old and New
      Perspectives, WMA Chapter
    – Feb 20, Monthly meeting, Chesapeake
      Chapter

				
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