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Practical Software and Systems Measurement: A Foundation for Objective Project Management
COSYSMO Requirements Volatility Workshop presentation
Challenges in the Development of Systems Engineering as a Profession
2007 INCOSE International Symposium presentation
Sea Level Requirements as Systems Engineering Size Metrics
The Constructive Systems Engineering Cost Model (COSYSMO) represents a collaborative effort between industry, government, and academia to develop a general model to estimate systems engineering effort. The model development ...
Towards a Holistic, Total Engineering Cost Model
In this paper, we explore a new approach for a unified and interdisciplinary model for estimating the total engineering effort in developing and delivering a parametric software-intensive complex system. We begin by ...
Workshop Report Air Force/LAI Workshop on Systems Engineering for Robustness
An Exploration of Matching Teaching to the Learning Preferences of Systems Engineering Graduate Students
This paper provides an exploratory study on the relationship between learnings of systems engineering graduate students and delivery methods of systems preference engineering coursework. We begin by providing an overview ...
Systems Engineering Cost Estimation for Space Systems
The applicability of COSYSMO, a systems engineering cost model, is explored in the context of space systems through the analysis of two main assumptions. First, the WBS elements of the model are mapped to a prototypical ...
Systems Engineering Confronts Enterprise Change: Frameworks and Lessons from MITRE Projects
Our collaborative MIT/MITRE team has structured the research as a series of case studies. Although we incorporate elements of grounded theory, there are several frameworks that we are actively using in the analysis of our ...
Session on Revitalizing Systems Engineering
LAI 2004 Plenary Conference presentation agenda
Cultural Barriers to the Adoption of Systems Engineering Research
An extensive amount of time and money is spent on developing methodologies and tools to improve the systems engineering process but much less is spent on addressing the organizational factors that can facilitate or hinder ...