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Course Name
Turkish Sistem Mühendisliğine Giriş
English Fundamentals of Systems Eng.
Course Code
ISH 305E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 - - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hande Demirel
Hande Demirel
Course Objectives The course emphasizes the links of systems engineering to fundamentals of decision theory, statistics, quality assurance and optimization.
Course Description Engineering of complex systems encompasses quantitative methods to understand vague problem statements, determine what a proposed product/system must do (functionality), generate measurable requirements, decide how to select the most appropriate solution design, integrate subsystems and test the finished product to verify it satisfies the documented requirements. Additional topics that span the entire product life cycle include risk management, tailoring of process to meet organizational and project environments, configuration management, test strategies and trade-off studies
Course Outcomes After taking this subject students should be able to:
a) Discuss nature of complex systems and related disciplines
b) Associate user requirements with functions of the system
c) Develope a systems engineering plan for a project in the student's application of choice;
d) Judge the applicability of any proposed process, strategy, or methodology for systems engineering using the fundamental concepts from disciplines;
e) Formulate an effective plan for gathering and using various types of data for the purpose of systems engineering;
f) Apply the most essential systems engineering tools (e.g., Quality Function Deployment (QFD), robust design, error budgeting, …etc) to realistic problems
g) Ability to understand the nature of multi-disciplinary projects, and
h) Recognize the value and limitations of modeling and simulation in the systems engineering process.
Pre-requisite(s) No Prerequisites
Required Facilities
Other Students within groups will design an innovative system and summarize implementation steps and encountered problems as a presentation. Each group will be criticized by other groups, where the lecturer moderates.
Textbook 1. Blanchard, B.S., 2008, System Engineering Management, 4th ed.Willey, ISBN: 978-0-470-16735-9

2. Systems Engineering and Analysis (5th Edition), Benjamin S. Blanchard, Wolter J. Fabrycky, Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0131350471, 2010
Other References ? Systems Engineering Principles and Practice, Alexander Kossiakoff, William N. Sweet, Wiley-Interscience, ISBN: 0471234435, 2002
? System reliability theory: models, statistical methods, and applications, Marvin Rausand, Arnljot Høyland, Wiley, ISBN: 047147133X, 2003.
? Systems Engineering: Building Successful Systems, Synthesis Lectures on Engineering, Howard Eisner, The George Washington University, The George Washington University, 2011
? Complex Systems and Systems of Systems Engineering, Luzeaux, Dominique, Ruault, Jean-René, Wippler, Jean-Luc, Wiley-Interscience, ISBN: 9781118001011, 2011
? Introduction to Systems Engineering, Andrew P. Sage, James E. Armstrong, Wiley-Interscience, ISBN: 0471027669, 2000
? The Engineering Design of Systems: Models and Methods, Buede, D., Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management, ISBN:978-0470164020, 2009
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