Graduate Study and Doctoral Research – SEANET 2018

A presentation elaborating on the following

  • Systems Engineering (SE) may be defined and/or described as a technologically based interdisciplinary process for bringing human-made entities into being.
  • SE inherently considers the end before the beginning and concentrates on what the entities do before determining what the entities are..
  • SE emphasis the life cycle of the system, beginning with the identification of a need or a deficiency and extending through phase-out and disposal.
  • SE is an engineering interdiscipline in its own right, with important engineering domain manifestations.
  • SE is not a discipline, per se, but is a disciplined process that draws upon basic and applied knowledge inherent in many disciplines.

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